Berkshire Authors E-G
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.
Gerald Elias, violinist, teacher, conductor, and composer, has been Associate Concertmaster of the Utah Symphony since 1988, Boston Symphony violinist, first violinist of the Abramyan String Quartet, Adjunct Professor of Music the University of Utah, and Music Director of the Vivaldi Candlelight Concert series.
She has taught all ages from preschool through graduate school, most recently at Williams, Smith and Bennington Colleges.
|Paul G. Falkowski
Paul is an American biological oceanographer in the Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. His research work focuses on phytoplankton and primary production, and his wider interests include evolution, paleoecology, photosynthesis, biogeochemical cycles and astrobiology. He is the author of Life's Engines.
I wanted to do something good with my life, which is a feeling I have had since I was a teen.
For more than twenty years, Donna Fenn has been writing about entrepreneurs and small business trends, and has had the privilege of visiting hundreds of small companies.
Crispina ffrench, sweater and used clothing alchemist since 1987, currently lives in a renovated Roman Catholic rectory with her studio next door in the church in Pittsfield, MA.
She has been an independent radio producer whose satires and commentaries have appeared on NPR's All Things Considered and Day to Day.
Artist of Pancha Tantra and other masterpieces.
|Cynthia Read Gardner
Her poems have been published in Alaska Quarterly Review, Southern Poetry Review, The Bridge, Berkshire Review, Potlatcxh, and three Mad River Press anthologies.
Derek Gentile is the author of six nonfiction books on baseball and basketball including The Complete Boston Red Sox and Smooth Moves, a history of professional basketball.
George Gilder is Chairman of George Gilder Fund Management, LLC and host of the Gilder Telecosm Forum.
Louisa Gilder was born in Tyringham, Massachusetts and graduated from Dartmouth College in 2000.
In addition to The Backwaters Prize, Michelle has won the Billy Murray Denny Poetry Award, the MacGuffin Poet Hunt, and numerous poetry fellowships from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Carol Gilligan's landmark book In A Different Voice (1982) is described by Harvard University Press as "the little book that started a revolution."
Richard Greene, M.D. is a practicing physician. He lives and writes in western MA with his wife, son, and a silly dog.
Richard Grossman, formerly a New York editor and president of the distinguished publishing house bearing his name, is presently a psychotherapist, medical educator, and essayist who has been reading & studying Emerson for over forty years.
In his own writing and illustration for children Adam seeks to entertain and reassure while celebrating children's openness, unbridled imagination, exuberance in the everyday and embrace of mystery.