Edited by Rick Henry, Anthony O. Tyler, Stephanie Coyne-DeGhett, Myra Gann, Alan Steinberg, and Alice Wolf Gilborn
Paper $29.95 | 0-8156-0770-9 | 2004
A collection of the best prose and poetry from the Adirondack-based journal, Blueline.
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Since 1979 Blueline has been quietly binding together literature that reflects the distinctive Adirondack spirit. These poems and stories, collected in one volume for the first time, reveal an accumulation of regional writing that forms a contemporary history of the Adirondacks. This history not only celebrates the geography of the Adirondacks but embraces a distinct way of looking at the world. Under the editors' discriminating and watchful eye, the pieces work as a whole to become a natural and elegant extension of the region?s landscape and people.
From Joseph Bruchac's Writing by Moonlight and Neal Burdick's Waiting for a Train at the Plattsburgh Amtrak Station to Liz Rosenberg's Blue Mountain Lake, The Blueline Anthology offers that rare glimpse into the soul of a region only found in the stories it inspires.
Rick Henry, associate professor and the director of graduate studies in the Department of English and Communication at SUNY Potsdam.
Anthony O. Tyler is chair of the Department of English and Communication at SUNY Potsdam.
Stephanie Coyne-DeGhett is an instructor in the Department of English and Communication at SUNY Potsdam.
Myra Gann is a former professor of Spanish at SUNY Potsdam.
Alan Steinberg, associate professor in the Department of English and Communication at SUNY Potsdam, is the author of Divided and Cry of the Leopard.
Alice Wolf Gilborn is the founding editor of Blueline.
6 x 9, 280 pages, contributor notes