Literary
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Sheffield resident Hester Velmans has written children's books before ("Isabel of the Whales," "Jessaloup's Song"). But her latest work, "Slipper" (Van Horton Books, $16.95), uses a tale, … more
Author Allegra Goodman has range. Her six novels and two story collections examine, among other subject matter, art, religion and science. The last of these topics will bring Goodman to the … more
One of our greatest Berkshire treasures is Herman Melville, who wrote what is perhaps the greatest American novel, "Moby-Dick," right at Arrowhead on Holmes Road in Pittsfield. But we may never have … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — He's reading "Watchmen" in a tough neighborhood in Jersey. He's surviving high school with role-playing quests and the mental disciplines of Dune. He's writing elvish on the … more
One of our greatest Berkshire treasures is Herman Melville, who wrote what is perhaps the greatest American novel, "Moby-Dick," right at Arrowhead on Holmes Road in Pittsfield. But we may never have … more
Dalton resident Cheryl Nelsen taught for about 30 years at the middle school, high school and collegiate levels, including 24 years in the Lee system. She used to regularly pen pieces for The … more
LENOX — "The real marriage of true minds is for any two people to possess a sense of humour or irony pitched in exactly the same key, so that their joint glances at any subject cross like … more
Kevin Sacco has created a novel without words.The part-time Great Barrington resident's wordless graphic novel, "Josephine" (SLG Publishing), was published last October. His first major work in the … more
"Climate of Opinion: Sigmund Freud in Poetry," edited and with an introduction by Lenox poet and writer Irene Willis, is an anthology of 70 poems where each poem mentions the name, Sigmund Freud, or … more
Tyringham part-timer Jean P. Moore has had her poetry published in journals such as upstreet, SNReview and Adanna over the years. But "Time's Tyranny" (Finishing Line Press, 2017) was her first … more
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