WINTER HOURS (Jan.-Apr.)
Berkshire Authors N-R
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.
Linda Novick is an artist, art educator, and certified professional-level Kripalu Yoga teacher.
Kevin O'Hara is a writer, storyteller, and photographer. A psychiatric nurse at Berkshire Medical Center for 25 years, Mr. O'Hara has read on WAMC Albany, WBUR Boston, as well as performed at The Berksire Museum, Stockbridge Library, and the Either/Or Bookstore in Pittsfield.
|Andrew L. Pincus
Andrew L. Pincus is the music critic for the Berkshire Eagle in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, and has been a contributor to the New York Times, Boston Globe, Opera News, Musical America, and numerous other publications.
A classicist, former dean of Columbia College, and president emeritus of Amherst College, Peter Pouncey lives in New York and northern Connecticut.
Rabe is known for his loose trilogy of plays drawing on his experiences as an Army draftee in Vietnam, Sticks and Bones (1969), the Tony Award-winning The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel (1971), and Streamers (1976).
Reichl began writing about food in 1972, when she published Mmmmm: A Feastiary. Since then, she has authored the critically acclaimed, best-selling memoirs Tender at the Bone, Comfort Me With Apples, and Garlic and Sapphires.
Catherine Reid is a naturalist, teacher, and poet. She lives in an old farmhouse in western Massachusetts.
Seth Rogovoy is a writer, award-winning critic, book author, lecturer, teacher, and radio commentator.
Reverend Fleming Rutledge, having spent twenty-two years in parish ministry, now has an international preaching vocation.
Roni Schotter is the award-winning author of 25 books for children, including picture books and story picture books for middle readers.
Noted lecturer and food writer, Francine Segan regularly appears on radio and TV including CBS, Discovery and History channels and the Food Network.
Robert Shanks, aka Bob Shanks, is the winner of two Emmy Awards and “has been nominated almost as many times as Susan Lucci.”
Jim Shepard is the author of six novels and two previous collections of stories. He teaches at Williams College in Williamstown, MA.
Cassandra Sohn is a freelance photographer and journalist originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Charles Steinhacker is an internationally known photographer whose color images of the landscape, wildlife, architecture and abstraction have been featured in National Geographic, Life and many other major magazines.