Writing

“Choose Your Own Adventure: Acquisitions and Marketing in the Modern University Press” The Association of American University Presses

“Survival of the Fittest: Is the NEA unintentionally weeding out small presses?” We Who Are About to Die

“Flying with a Pair of Skis: Interview with Ski Jumper and Lake Placid Native Andrew Bliss,” The Free George

“Today I am a woman: my 21st birthday 21-task scavenger hunt.” We Who Are About to Die

“Celebrating the Arts in Saratoga,” The Free George

“The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: The Book VS. The Hype,” The Free George

“Meet Daniel Nester, Associate Professor of English” The Saint Rose Graduate Admissions Blog

“Murder Comes to Lake Placid: A Review of the Novel Dancehall,” The Free George

“Author Bernard F. Connors on his Novel Dancehall,” The Free George

“How to catch a predator: American Poetry Review Records edition.” We Who Are About to Die

“Go Organic in Essex County: Visit Your Local Farmer’s Market,” The Free George

“All the Cool Cars are Doing It,” The Free George

“Library e-books should be funded.” (Letter to the Editor) Adirondack Daily Enterprise

“An Interview with Local Author Hollis Seamon,” The Free George

“Punk Rock Grows Up: Good Charlotte’s Cardiology Review,” The Free George

“Women vs. men, battle of the sexes turns literary,” We Who Are About to Die

“If an @mentions falls in the literary Twitter-sphere, will it make a sound?” We Who Are About to Die

“In The Limelight: Rita Dillon: The Alumna that Keeps on Giving” The Saint Rose Chronicle”

“Top 5 Apps for Grad Students” The Saint Rose Graduate Admissions Blog

 

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