The Common Goes to Boston

This Saturday (October 16th) The Common makes its way to the Boston Book Festival. The event features readings, workshops, book signings, great food and more. We will be sharing a table with our friends at Small Beer Press. Swing by to say hello, check out our prototype Issue 00, learn about submissions, and even WIN A SIGNED BOOK by one of our Editorial Board members. We’d love to see you there!

Details: Saturday, October 16. Copley Square, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Table 26 (to the right, facing Fountain Stage). http://www.bostonbookfest.org

The Common Goes to Boston

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