Mosesian Center Hosting Earfull Series, Features Writers & Songwriters

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The Mosesian Center for the Arts is proud to announce the Earfull Fall 2018 Series – three evening events of literature and music with “Writers Reading and Songwriters Singing.”

Earfull events will take place October 16, November 13, and December 18 in our Black Box Theater, and feature world renowned authors and musicians reading and performing some of their latest works.

October 16

Authors: Dawn Clifton Tripp – Moon Tide, The Season of Open Water, Game of Secrets, Jonathan Wilson – The Hiding Room, A Palestine Affair, Kick and Run

Musicians: Chris Freeman (of Parsonsfield), Walter Rodriguez

November 13

Authors: Andre Dubus III – House of Sand and Fog, The Garden of Last Days, Gone So Long, Rowan Hiyaso Buchanan – Harmless Like You

Musicians: Andrea GillisCarissa Johnson

December 18
Authors: Steve Yarbrough – The Realm of Last Chances, Safe From The Neighbors, The End of CaliforniaDaphne Kalotay – Russian Winter, Sight Reading, Calamity and Other Stories

Musicians: Honeysuckle, TBA

The brainchild of Boston Musician and Author Jen Trynin and bookstore connoisseur Tim Huggins, Earfull first launched in the Fall of 2001 with the concept that, given a conducive environment, book people will appreciate being exposed to live music, and rock people will realize how cool it is to hear great authors reading their work aloud! EARFULL aimed to provide that environment, combining prominent author readings with established singer-songwriters in the hopes of broadening the appreciation of and audiences for both. After a brief hiatus from multiple sold-out seasons of the series, the Mosesian Center for the Arts brought the beloved programming back for a second season to a whole new audience.

Single tickets and Series Passes are on sale now and can be purchased at The series is known to sell out quickly so patrons are encouraged to purchase tickets early.

Earfull is made possible by Q Division, Creamer Management, and Branch Line. For more information, visit or call 617-923-0100.

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