In "The Joy of Junk," the author goes back to her junking roots, sharing her collector’s passion and wisdom.
Philanthropy veteran and Berkshire resident Barbara Bonner puts pen to paper and changes the way the world sees (and reads) the art of giving.
Berkshire Festival of Women Writers, writing workshops for women, Bard College at Simon's Rock, Great Barrington, MA, Dr. Jennifer Browdy de Hernandez, An Anthology of Babes
Hudson's own historic Olana is the setting for Glenda Ruby's debut novel, a mystery along the lines of Agatha Christie and her contemporaries.
Jane Garmey's new photography book, Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley, shows us just how beautiful and varied this region's lawns and terraces can be.
Joan Osofsky, the farmer's wife turned lifestyle guru and retailer, has produced a coffee-table design book that captures the spirit of the Rural Intelligence region and her Hammertown stores.
Author and critic Peter Biskind brings the late master of film Orson Welles to life in his latest book "My Lunches With Orson," taken from the extensive notes of Welles' longtime lunch partner Henry Jaglom.
Writer Laura Chester, author of Riding Barranca (Trafalgar Square Books, May 2013), writes about her past, from the vantage point of an equine cross-continental journey of discovery.
Junot Diaz, the Pulitzer Prize and MacArthur "genius" award-winning novelist of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao will speak at Bard next week, reading from his latest work, This Is How You Lose Her.
Author Brian Selznick brings his book "The Invention of Hugo Cabret" to the Berkshires. The Caldecott Award-winning writer will be at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center (following a screening of the film version, "Hugo") with his Scholastic editor – and Berkshire resident – Tracy Mack.