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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
"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
David Giannini's poetry traverses the spectrum of human emotion. Perhaps it's no surprise, then, that the Becket resident has such a vast array of experiences that he can visit. For 31 years, he was … more
Sandisfield resident Simon Winchester has had the "New York Times best-selling author" label attached to him since publishing "The Professor and the Madman" (alternatively known as "The Surgeon of … 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
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
"Julia Child," a Penguin Lives short biography by Laura Shapiro, left the author hungry to pen more about the famous chef."Julia's one of the most interesting, lovable, terrific people to write about … more
Pittsfield native Norma Kirby, who writes under the name D. J. Milne, has diverse interests."If you ever want to know anything about trains or mediumship or witchcraft, please look me up," she … more
"Rattlesnake Hill: A Berkshire Hilltown Mystery," by New Marlborough author Leslie Wheeler, begins, as sometimes Berkshire stories will, when people come to visit, often with a particular project in … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — A man lies awake — gets up to walk. He remembers sharing a room with his brother when they were boys, his brother reading by nightlight and the sound of his breathing. He … more
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