@adkctr4writing · National Endowment for the Arts "Chairman's Corner - December 10, 2020" Chairman's Corner podcast A weekly podcast with National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Mary Anne Carter. This week, the chairman gives us a sneak peak at the new report The Art of Reopening. @NEAarts Excerpt of transcript Mary Anne Carter: That's right, Jo, and … Continue reading In The Media: National Endowment for the Arts “Chairman’s Corner: December 10, 2020” podcast
LIVES LIVED, LESSONS LEARNED is a collection of essays from eight writers who have close links to the Adirondack Park. Through epiphany, history, memory and oftentimes humor, these skilled authors reveal to the reader their love for this place of forests and ponds, mountains and rivers, hardscrabble villages and tough country folk, ingredients all adding … Continue reading New release from Ra Press, “Lives Lived, Lessons Learned”
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!
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
Praise for The Honey of Earth How can I—or anyone—not adore David Graham’s new collection? The tone throughout is hospitable, wry, and affirming even while acknowledging that loss and suffering are ever present. The honey of earth “comes and goes at once,” Wallace Stevens wrote, and these poems embody that paradox in vivid detail and compelling … Continue reading New book of poetry released from David Graham
The newest, cutest pop-up bookstore is here and coming to a town near you this summer! Sign up to stock your books in the ACW Bookmobile. ACW is bringing the books to the people at pop-up events throughout the region. The goal is to expose small towns that don't have their own bookstores books from … Continue reading ACW Bookmobile is hitting the road, and wants your books on board
The Adirondack Literary Awards has come to an end, and we are celebrating the books of our region in a new event. The Local's Book Fair June 8, 2019. 6:00-7:30 pm at the VIEW Arts Center, Old Forge Books & cocktails. Connect with presenters, local writers, and local readers. Attendees will vote for People's Choice … Continue reading Adirondack Literary Award Winners
Blacks in the Adirondacks: A History by Sally Svenson With an Afterword by Alice Paden Green Syracuse University Press Traces the extensive but little-known history of blacks in the Adirondacks. "Svenson’s work is filled with thought-provoking and evocative stories of African Americans in the Adirondacks. The book’s restoration of their memory is a significant feat. … Continue reading Blacks in the Adirondacks: A History by Sally Svenson now available