Chloe Caldwell refers to her latest book of essays, "I'll Tell You in Person".
Simon & Schuster, 2017, $16
A book review of editor's Manjula Martin's Scratch: Writers, Money, and Art of Making a Living. Featuring essays by and interviews with 33 talented writers.
JMB Publications, 2016, $21.99
A book review of Messner and May's Back Rooms: Voices from the Illegal Abortion. Personal testimonies in regards to abortion.
February doesn't have to be consumed with celebrating presidents and Valentines-explore some forgotten history and learn about spiritual and physical health with this month's hand-picked selection of books.
Nina Shengold sits down with Elizabeth Lesser to discuss her journey from Omega to best selling author. Don't miss Lesser at the Bearsville Theater on January 15.
A review of the life of soul singer Wilson Pickett as told by author Tony Fletcher.
January marks the start of a new year‚ calling to mind change and reflection. These selections explore the passing of time.
Jon Bowermaster and writers from across the region reads at the Writers Resist benefit on January 15 in Bearsville.
A book review of Stephane Gerson's Disaster Falls: A Family Story. Reading and signing at the Kleinert/James Center in Woodstock, on January 28 at 6pm.
Augie, SUNY New Paltz's geese-herding dog, is back in his latest children's book adventure, "Augie Goes to the Library.”
Author Alexander Chee sits down with Janet Hamill to speak about his new release The Queen of Night .
Find a new read for friends and family (or, maybe yourself!) from our selection of Hudson Valley-connected books and bookstores.
An interview with Alexandra Weinbaum, whose newly released book explores documents and letters from her family's life during the Holocaust.
As the weather gets colder, explore Hudson Valley history from home.
James Lasdun's latest novel The Fall Guy is a tense toggle between reality and self-delusion.
What would happen if Earth were invaded by brilliant, fun-loving aliens with the best of intentions?