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Berkshire Eagle staff share their favorite books they read this summer and why.
After setting out in the still male-dominated world of book marketing in the 1970s, Bascove's expressive, surreal woodcuts and images moved the entire genre beyond its reliance on photos and typography. A new exhibit, “Bascove: The Time We Spend With Words," at the Norman Rockwell Museum offers a sense of how that balance evolved over the course of her long career.
Authors in and around the Berkshires have been busy. Here's a look at a few of the new works, ranging from collections of poetry to memoirs about less-than-friendly pooches, that have been published in the last 10 months.
I wouldn’t say I have a book problem. It’s more like I have a time problem. You see, the pile of books on my bedside table keeps growing.
Professor Noam Chomsky, of MIT, shown at his home, Oct. 10, 1977, Cambridge, Mass. (AP Photo)
NORTH ADAMS — In one Holden Street storefront, a rainbow flag hangs in the window and a display includes “Moosewood Cookbook,” “The Secret Lif…
Activist Rev. Al Sharpton gestures while addressing the Harvard University Black Law Student Association at Austin Hall in Cambridge, Mass., A…