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"On The Couch-A Repressed History of the Analytic Couch from Plato to Freud," by Nathan Kravis of Egremont, is a beautiful volume of colorful and representative paintings, as well as curated … more
Alexander Calder was one of the 20th century's most important sculptors. Yet, four decades after his 1976 death, there hadn't been a biography about the artist known for his mobiles."Calder: The … 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
PITTSFIELD — Education. Gender. Race.The themes for WordXWord's first three Poets Creating Conversation series events haven't been light fare by any means. That's because WordXWord has an … 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
Despite residing in nearby South Deerfield, poet Patrick Donnelly wasn't all that familiar with Berkshire County before being awarded the 2018 Amy Clampitt Residency, which includes a six-month stay … more
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
"The World is a Narrow Bridge" by Aaron Thier of Great Barrington, author of "Mr. Eternity" (2016), is the story of a young couple, Eva and Murphy, living in "just the latest in a sequence of … more
Roy Blount Jr. has long been the Berkshires resident writer-humorist. "I came to Mill River in 1976," says Blount, who splits his time between the New Marlborough village and New Orleans.While many … more
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