“Jam excels at preserving the tastes and smells of the season, but why should berries have all the fun? Adding tomato jam to your summer preserving bounty is just the thing to make you feel like a savory cook and leave you with a taste of summer into the fall.” Most of us gardeners have … Continue reading Tomato Jam by Mary Perrin Scott
Kathleen McCoy will read from her upcoming book Ringing the Changes (Finishing Line Press) on Sunday, March 24, 4:00-5:30, at First Baptist Church of Glens Falls, 100 Maple Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801. Poetry reading and food are free. Preorders are $19.99 plus shipping and will be shipped on June 7th. Here's what reviewers David Graham … Continue reading McCoy reads from new poetry title, “Ringing the Changes” on March 24
When people talk about North Country life, the picture is almost always framed by lack. So this year, we're trying to flip the script. This survey will be open for your responses over the next year or so. You can take it any time — your answers help us understand how people are really making … Continue reading How do you “piece it together”?
Canton, NY-based arborist, educator and author Paul Hetzler has published SHADY CHARACTERS: Caterpillar Soup, Leprechaun Trees, and Other Hilarities of the Natural World (Lexingford, 2018). Paul is the kind of person you would choose as your guide for a walk in the woods. His immense and often exotic store of natural knowledge is communicated in … Continue reading NORTH COUNTRY EDUCATOR PUBLISHES SHADY CHARACTERS
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