Our little red cart has a new home!

This was the former kids’ room cart that started its life at the Music Street library and held all the mystery collection for many years in the old library. We are so happy that it found a new… Read More

Christmas by the Book

By West Tisbury Library’s Connie Berry [click any hyperlink or book cover to place a hold on that item] Children’s librarian Nelia Decker put a beautiful snow globe on the circulation desk downstairs, and it started me thinking… Read More

“Through a Lens” Community Photography Show

Group artist reception for “Though a Lens” photography show On Saturday, Dec. 10 at 4 pm, the public are invited to attend an opening reception for “Through a Lens,” the community photography show on exhibit during the month… Read More

Cool Nights, Warm Kitchen

Cool night, a warm kitchen with a casserole or an apple crisp baking in the oven, and a good book – that’s autumn. And you can find almost all of those things at the West Tisbury Library this… Read More

New Books!

Want to place a hold on new books or future releases? Click here to place holds on  top requests in the Clams system. Or click on the book title below and click “request,”            … Read More

Guest Post: Helen M. DeBlase Reviews Two Mysteries

I’ve just finished reading two new mysteries, both first published books for their authors. I picked up The Man on the Washing Machine by Susan Cox, because I’m a pushover for a quirky title.  The main character, Theophania… Read More

Guest Post: THE BASEMENT TAPES

  brian lee morris Interviews Jennifer Tseng, Author of Mayumi and the Sea of Happiness Accomplished poet Jennifer Tseng has written a book. It’s a novel. It’s her first. It has lots of people swooning, especially in these parts…. Read More

Guest Post: Helen M. DeBlase Reviews Three Mysteries

When I was in Houston visiting my brother, we went to one of my favorite stores Murder By the Book – heaven! …All mysteries, all the time. I asked the proprietor to recommend some lesser-known or first-time published… Read More

Guest Post: Helen M. DeBlase on SMALLER AND SMALLER CIRCLES

Smaller and Smaller Circles (Soho Crime August 2015) by F.H. Baracan was not the easiest book to read. The murders and gruesome abuse of young boys, the abject poverty, the corruption of government officials and the cynical disregard… Read More

Guest Post: ChrisD on THE BEEKEEPER’S APPRENTICE

The Beekeeper’s Apprentice: or On the Segregation of the Queen by Laurie R. King The first line of any novel should tantalize, it should make the reader want to keep reading. “I was fifteen when I first met… Read More