"Which decade has the BEST music?" asks a character in the new musical The Good Old Days onstage later this month at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts. The best part... It's up to the audience to decide! Come be a part of this fun and interactive original musical written by Northwood School's Head of Drama, Noël Carmichael, and student … Continue reading The Good Old Days at LPCA, a collaborator teacher and student original
"On a Windless Night" takes us full-circle from childhood to lessons learned from older generations to first love and loss to adulthood to the beginning of a new cycle of life. All this told in simple terms set in a country setting that reflects the beauty of nature and the importance of connection. These poems … Continue reading Natalli Amato releases new poetry book, “On a Windless Night”
Hello, all! Autumn Leaves: The 24th annual Glens Falls Chronicle Book Fair is Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Queensbury Hotel in downtown Glens Falls. We hope you can join us! Now is the time to sign up officially!The table fees are the same as last year: • $30 for a half of an … Continue reading Sign up NOW! The 24th Chronicle Book Fair is Sunday, Nov. 3!
Contact: Erik Schlimmer Beechwood Books firstname.lastname@example.org 518.488.7546 September 15, 2019 COLOR REMOTENew Photo Book Shares the Wild Side of the Adirondacks FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – The six-million-acre Adirondack Park is the largest park in the Lower Forty-Eight, and Capital Region resident Erik Schlimmer is one of its premier hikers – he's climbed nearly 1,000 peaks … Continue reading COLOR REMOTE: New Photo Book Shares the Wild Side of the Adirondacks
WHAT: A panel discussion on journalism, writing, and self-publishing called, “From The Post-Star to Self-Published: Four Journalists Talk About Their Books”! WHO: Panelists are David Blow, Michael DeMasi, Maury Thompson and Joseph Cutshall-King. Bob Condon, City Editor of The Post-Star, is the Moderator. WHERE &WHEN: Crandall Public Library on Saturday, September 28, from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm. It’s free. FOR … Continue reading From The Post-Star to Self-Published: Four Journalists Talk About Their Books on Sep 28
We are thrilled to announce the selected writers for the 2019 Anne LaBastille Memorial Writers Residency! Through a competitive selection process, this group of resident writers was picked out of 110 applications from talented writers all over the globe. Read more about each writer and their work below. About. Every year our Anne LaBastille Memorial Writers Residency provides … Continue reading Meet the new resident writers!
The Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival is seeking submissions of original Fiction, Short Fiction, Poetry, and One-Act plays for our 2019-2020 Writing Contest. This contest is open to U.S. and international submissions. Prizes awarded for the winning submission, as well as for the top finalists in each category. Please distribute this information to your members … Continue reading Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival is seeking submissions
The newest, cutest pop-up bookstore has launched and is coming to a town near you this summer! The bookmobile is stocked with used and new books of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, YA novels, and children's books. Sales by cash or check. Stop by, hang out, find a new favorite read. Thursday, August 29th mid-day @ Whallonsburg Grange, … Continue reading Bookmobile hits the road in Elizabethtown & Essex, NY
Mary Cuffe Perez has published a new chapbook. Author of six books, lives in the upstate New York town of Galway with her husband, Ken. In addition to the books she has had published, which include poetry, memoir, and children’s novels, she has published numerous magazine articles on natural history subjects, and fiction and poetry in … Continue reading New chapbook from Mary Cuffe Perez