WINTER HOURS (Jan.-Apr.)
Berkshire Authors C-D
Many talented authors, illustrators, and photographers reside in and around the Berkshires, and we are pleased to feature their work.
Click on a name or picture below to look through their body of work.
Roselle K. Chartock, a Professor at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, teaches graduate and undergraduate education courses as well as courses within the Honors Program and the First Year Seminar.
Among her honors, she has been a Fellow at The MacDowell Colony, The Sanskriti Foundation, and at The Rockefeller Foundation's Bellagio Center.
Alana is a local author, mother, blogger, and politician. She says it best on her blog.
Laura Chester has published many volumes of poetry, prose and non-fiction.
She is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist, a member of the American Canine Sports Medicine Association and certified in canine massage.
Stephen Cope, MSW, psychotherapist and senior Kripalu Yoga teacher, is author of Yoga and the Quest for the True Self and The Wisdom of Yoga: A Seeker's Guide to Extraordinary Living.
A longtime advocate of seasonal cooking and local eating, she is the founding director of Berkshire Grown, which became an early model for local farm and food advocacy.
Robert Crooke is a journalist, media executive, and teacher.
John Crowley is the author of nine novels and two collections of short fiction.
Gene Dattel is a financial historian, author, lecturer, government and private sector adviser on American and Asian financial institutions, media commentator, and former international capital markets investment banker at Salomon Brothers and Morgan Stanley.
|Robb Forman Dew
Robb Forman Dew is the author of a memoir, The Family Heart, as well as the novels Dale Loves Sophie to Death, for which she received the National Book Award, and more.
|Stephen G. Donaldson
After 13 years working in the corporate sector, Steve Donaldson picked up two cameras and "threw it all away" to pursue his lifelong dream of photodocumenting a journey around the world.
Author and Great Barrington town historian, Bernard Drew has written the definitive history of Great Barrington.