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An Adirondack story

January 16, 2013 The Adirondacks being what it is, many well-known people visited it, others summered here, but almost none were buried here. John Butler Yeats is an exception. more »»

‘Adirondack Mysteries: Volume II’

January 2, 2013 One of the stories in the new “Adirondack Mysteries” collection is called “Sortilege” – a Latin term for divination by casting lot. more »»

History of figure skating in Lake Placid

December 19, 2012 A slim volume entitled “Lake Placid Figure Skating — A History” seeks to present just that. more »»

The culture of camp caretakers

December 5, 2012 After a series of Adirondack histories, Saranac Lake author Caperton Tissot has released her first book of fiction. more »»

‘Lily, Duchess of Marlborough (1854-1909)’

November 20, 2012 “Lily, Duchess of Marlborough (1854-1909): A Portrait with Husbands” by Sally E. more »»

Adirondack Trilogy continues with ‘The Railroad’

October 24, 2012 With this year’s release of “The Railroad,” Tony Holtzman offers a confident second installment in the Adirondack Trilogy. more »»

History as myth in ‘Foxey Brown’

October 3, 2012 Charles Yaple has written an unusual story in “Foxey Brown: A Historical Novel,” and done it in an unusual way. more »»

‘The Northwest Passage by Canoe’

September 19, 2012 The 30th annual Adirondack Canoe Classic reminded me of a book published in 1987 about another arduous canoe tri. more »»

Local landmarks propel new who-done-it tale

August 15, 2012 By the first paragraph of Matthew J. Glavin’s new book, “Adirondack Treasure: The Bonaparte Legacy,” we know there’s been a murde. more »»

‘Finding Griffin’

August 1, 2012 The title of “Finding Griffin,” a first novel by Barbara Delaney, refers to a onetime tanning and lumbering town in the southern Adirondacks. more »»

‘An Elegant Wilderness’ brings it home

July 18, 2012 Early in her excellent book about Adirondack great camps, Gladys Montgomery quotes from an 1875 Rod and Gun magazine. more »»

‘Drifting: Two Weeks on the Hudson’

June 7, 2012 “I didn’t plan the trip, at least thoroughly,” Mike Freeman brags in the opening lines of his new book, “Drifting: Two Weeks on the Hudson. more »»

George Drew’s ‘American Cool’

March 14, 2012 There’s a dark underside to George Drew’s “American Cool” (Tamarack Editions, 2009). more »»

Fast pens memoir, ‘My 9 Lives’

February 15, 2012 The horrors of life in Europe during the Holocaust may seem remote indeed from 21st century life within the Blue Line. more »»

Banks’ ‘Lost Memory of Skin’

January 18, 2012 “Lost Memory of Skin,” Russell Banks’ newest novel, is a startling dose of American zeitgeist. more »»

‘Adirondack Civilian Conservation Corps: History, Memories and Legacy of the CCC’

January 4, 2012 Thirty-five years ago, my wife and I camped one winter in a Mississippi state park. Only two other campsites were in use, occupied jointly by a party of 10 or 12 men. more »»

Adirondack books for holiday and winter reading

December 21, 2011 Common English was too plain common for Orson “Old Mountain” Phelps as he stood atop his beloved Mount Marcy. So the fabled High Peaks guide fathered his own phrase: “heaven up-h’isted-nes. more »»

Peak poetry

November 23, 2011 Every year the Adirondack Center for Writing holds a contest for the best books either published in the Adirondacks or by an Adirondack author. more »»

Nature book reveals Adirondacks month by month

November 9, 2011 A poet wrote that this is the season “where autumn wept when summer died. more »»

‘Axton Landing:’ a heavy dose of history

October 26, 2011 “Axton Landing,” Tony Holtzman’s new Adirondack novel, is a lively glimpse of 19th century logging in the North Country. more »»

 
 
 

 

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