Author: FenwayIntern

Out and About June

Out and About June

Monday June 1st The Cultural Work of the Serial in US Literature 12 PM / Free / Massachusetts Historical Society This project gives an overview of serial fiction in the early republic and explores its particular uses and features. What role did seriality play in the lives of authors, writers, and editors? Why did so many authors turn to the form at this point in time? How did publishing technologies influence its popularity? This talk will explore how this evolving […]

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There’s Something for Everyone at Opening Our Doors 2014

There’s Something for Everyone at Opening Our Doors 2014

Although we’re sad to bid farewell to to the last month of summer, The Fenway Alliance is welcoming Fall with open arms as we prepare for our annual Opening Our Doors. The festival will take place on October 13th, 2014 (Columbus Day), and we hope that you take the last day of your long weekend to feed your cultural appetite with the Fenway Cultural District. Did we mention it’s FREE? The day is jam packed with a variety of creative activities, […]

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