The Adirondack Center for Writing is seeking applicants for the Anne LaBastille Memorial Writer Residency which will be held at Twitchell Lake from October 8 through 22, 2016.
The point of this residency is to provide space, time and an inspiring landscape for regional and outside writers to work on their writing projects, a chance to unplug and connect with other writers, and to tap into their creative selves. Continue reading
Adirondack Center for Writing (ACW) will offer an opportunity for writers to take part in a two-week writing residency at Twitchell Lake Lodge from October 10 through 24.
The residency is made possible by the estate of the late Anne LaBastille, author of Woodswoman and Beyond Black Bear Lake, and other books she wrote at her Twitchell Lake cabin. Continue reading
The Adirondack Center for Writing has paraded a trio of poets through communities and high schools in community outreach efforts that included a stop in Old Forge, as part of a Saranac Lake to Remsen tour.
Pop-Up Poet, Adam Falkner
Natalie Thill, Executive Director of Adirondack Center (ACW) for Writing out of Saranac Lake, organized the trip for the Pop-Up Poets (PUP) to perform and educate.
“The ACW programs celebrate the joy of writing, the power of reading for writers and readers throughout the Adirondack region,” Thill said.
Photos by Gina Greco