You'll feel the same pride and enthusiasm we do when you see the full spread of this year's accomplishments. You made 2019 an unforgettable year. What you'll find inside the impact report: The journey of a teacher and his students by Zachary ArthurA look at PoemVillage through Maria DeAngelo's eyesTwo students at Ray Brook Federal Correctional Facility on the importance … Continue reading Because of your support, 2019 has been unforgettable
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
Poet Suzanne S. Rancourt's second collection of poetry, “murmurs at the gate” (Unsolicited Press, 2019), explores themes of survivorship, as well as service to country, family, and community. (Her first collection was 2004's “Billboards in the Clouds,” Curbstone Books.) The 200-page book comprises 136 poems, presented across four untitled sections. Upcoming events: August 16th. Featured reading at the Hudson Valley … Continue reading Suzanne Rancourt releases collection of poetry
Poet David Crews will be in Saranac Lake at NorthWind Fine Arts Gallery for their annual poetry-painting collaborative event to celebrate National Poetry Month. Crews extends his thanks to Susan Whiteman and the lovely artists at the gallery for all the work they do putting this event together. His poem this year will be on … Continue reading Local poets at NorthWind Fine Arts Gallery for poetry-painting collaborative event
Keith Willis is pleased to announce that his second novel in the award-winning Knights of Kilbourne fantasy/romance series, Desperate Knight, has been published by Champagne Books (August 2017). It's currently available as an ebook on all major e-tailers, and will be available as a paperback in September. Visit the author website for more info. A … Continue reading Member News: Keith Willis releases new title
Thank You from the Adirondack Center for Writing ACW is proud to welcome 42 new members to the family of writers, readers, and literary supporters across the Adirondacks and beyond. We'd like to recognize all of the faithful members and contributors, as well as our new members. It's not too late to contribute to ACW! You can … Continue reading Thanks to all new and returning members!