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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Creativity: An Interview with Poet Michael Czarnecki

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An Interview with Poet Michael Czarnecki 20 Days on Route 20: Poetry and Life on the Road By Aubree Cutkomp It was Michael Czarnecki’s junior year high school English teacher, Mr. Kerr, who first encouraged him to start writing poetry. Not only has he not stopped writing poetry since, but sixteen years ago he decided to [...]

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It Comes Naturally: An Interview with Author Jean Craighead George

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Author Jean Craighead George, Guest of Honor at the Rensselaerville Festival of Writers By Aubree Cutkomp Jean Craighead George is the author of over one hundred books for young adults, including the Bildungsromans My Side of the Mountain (Newbery Honor Book, 1960) and Julie of the Wolves (Newbery Award Winner, 1973). All of her books [...]

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Local Author and Phish Phan Pete Mason Talks Phish & Other Stuff

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Pete Mason Interview: Albany-based Author of PhanArt and PhanFood and Bonafide Phish Phan By Stacey Stump Albany-based author Pete Mason saw his first Phish show in December 1997 at what is now known as the Times Union Center. He remembers liking the music, but it wasn’t until he attended the Lemonwheel Festival the following summer [...]

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Kim and Pam’s Excellent Adventure: Happy Hour in the High Peaks

Kim and Pam Ladd, Happy Hour in the High Peaks
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An Interview with Kim and Pam Ladd, Authors of the Upcoming Book, Happy Hour in the High Peaks By Aubree Cutkomp Kim and Pam Ladd are on a mission. A mission to get their book, Happy Hour in the High Peaks published. Their blog of the same name is currently keeping track of the different [...]

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An Interview with Poet Mary Panza

Mary Panza, Vice President of the Albany Poets Organization
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Interview with Albany-based Poet Mary Panza By Stacey Stump Local poet and Vice President of the Albany Poets organization, Mary Panza wants people to find art in the mundane. She’s not a fan of academic writing theories, having only ever taken one poetry class at Hudson Valley Community College. Panza says the best writing prompt [...]

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An Interview with Local Author Hollis Seamon

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By Juliet Barney Hollis Seamon is an acclaimed writer who has published two books, including a full length novel entitled Flesh, which follows a graduate student on her quest to find the person behind the murder that occurred on the campus of the University of Albany. Her second work is a compilation of short stories [...]

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An Interview with Writer/Storyteller, Sandra Weber of Remarkable Women of the Adirondacks

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By Sarah Cramer Writer and storyteller Sandra Weber and folksinger Peggy Lynn’s exhibit, Remarkable Women of the Adirondacks, is currently on display at the Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek. Their work explores the role of historical and modern women in the Adirondack region’s history and culture and seeks to reintegrate women into the [...]

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Author Bernard F. Conners on His Novel Dancehall

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By Juliet Barney A renaissance man if ever there was one, Bernard F. Conners has achieved success on numerous levels—as a novelist, film producer, entrepreneur, athlete, FBI agent and former lieutenant in the US Army. As a teen, he prominently mastered athleticism throughout his high school and college years, which led to an offer to [...]

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An Interview with Anne White, Local Celebrity and Author

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After retiring from her position as Queensbury High School librarian, Anne White decided to try her hand at writing mysteries. Now the author of five books, all of which are part of a Lake George Mystery series, and the recipient of numerous awards, Anne has become somewhat of a local celebrity. One of the first [...]

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