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Before his death on June 1 following a prolonged illness, David Kaynor had a tremendous following around this region, the nation and beyond. Yet...

As David Wiesner notes, stories told just through pictures and images have been around for centuries: from the cave paintings of prehistoric times...

Kathy Dean has spent her life connected to the outdoors. In her earlier years, by way of adventures like rock climbing, mountaineering and...

WESTHAMPTON — Nancy Ronan’s dog Comet is a special dog, and she’s written a book that stars him and allows those who love Comet to enjoy his...

As Laura Holland saw it, it was almost like being a pioneer.“It felt like that,” said Holland, an artist and a member of the A3 collective as she...

This past spring, children’s book author and illustrator Grace Lin got a disturbing report one day when her daughter, Hazel, came home from her...

It’s taken a while. But after 15 months of being closed to the public, the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst has reopened its doors, with a new art...

It was one of the most difficult assignments she’d ever had as a writer. But for Laurie Loisel, it was also a story that needed to be told.Loisel...

EASTHAMPTON — Many people have been banging the drum for years about the Valley as a fertile artistic scene, especially its breadth of music.Now...

When children’s book writer and illustrator Tomie dePaola died last year at age 85, he left behind an enormous and critically acclaimed body of...

Moving from the late days of segregation in the Deep South to the new wave of activism inspired by Black Lives Matter constitutes a long...

The title poem of Martín Espada’s new collection, “Floaters,” (W.W Norton & Co.) takes its name, as the poet explains, from the term that some...

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