Kristopher Jansma reveals his struggles, achievements, and overall journey as a writer.
Band of Giants explores the genesis of American character traits still noticeable today: The beloved, often fetishized wildness of the rebel spirit and the passion for liberty, Second Amendment rights, and individualism all began here, with these men.
Women, Chloe Caldwell's quick yet meaty novella, and Sea of Hooks, Lindsay Hill's fascinating, poetic novel, are utterly original page-turners.
Small presses, big subjects. Six new books by Hudson Valley authors contemplate matters of body and spirit, life and death.
Sexperts Carl Frankel and Sheri Winston celebrate twin book releases on October 8 in Kingston.
Author Lisa LaMonica sat down with Chronogram to talk about the supernatural life of the Catskills.
New releases for teen books reveal stories about two brother cats, seventh-grade Andrea blooming as an outsider, the world of working dogs, and more.
Jennifer Castle and Phoebe North navigate young Adult Fiction
Jennifer Castle and Phoebe North speak about their personal experience as authors for Young Adult Fiction.
A collection of children's picture books sharing stories of interractial bands in New York, peaceful conflict resolutions, mother-daughter tales, and many more.
Nina Shengold chats with Hudson Valley mystery writers Marshall Karp, Alison Gaylin, and Steve Hamilton.
Jana Martin reviews Lydia Davis's new collection of short stories.
Anne Pyburn Craig reviews Jesse A. Saperstein's book about living with Asperger's.
Fiction comes in many flavors. Six new books from Hudson Valley independent authors and small presses offer a delicious summer picnic.
The Genius of Family
Nina Shengold talks with Joseph Luzzi, author of My Two Italies.
Marx Dorrity reviews Jenny Offill's Dept. of Speculation.
Jana Martin reviews The Cloud of Unknowing: Stories, by Mimi Lipson.