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Flash Count Diary is her most recent book. Jen George was born and raised in Southern California. She is the author of the story collection The Babysitter at Rest, out with Dorothy, a publishing project. She lives in New York, where she is currently at work on a novel. This event is free! Let us know you're coming on Facebook.
Breaking ground as one of the first science fiction novels set in the Virgin Islands, THE LESSON is not only a thought-provoking literary work, delving deeply into allegorical themes of colonialism, but also vividly draws the community of Charlotte Amalie, the author's hometown. An alien ship rests over Water Island.
For five years the people of the US Virgin Islands have lived with the Ynaa, a race of superadvanced aliens on a research mission they will not fully disclose.
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They are benevolent in many ways but meet any act of aggression with disproportional wrath. This has led to a strained relationship between the Ynaa and the local Virgin Islanders and a peace that cannot last. A year after the death of a young boy at the hands of an Ynaa, three families find themselves at the center of the inevitable conflict, witnesses and victims to events that will touch everyone and teach a terrible lesson. The Lesson is his debut novel. Andrew Liptak is a writer and historian from Vermont. He is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists.
He is represented by Seth Fishman of the Gernert Company. The Little Green Girl is no ordinary topiary. She dreams of visiting far off places and exploring the world beyond her garden's walls. But for her gardener, Mr. Aster, the prospect of deviating from his daily routine--let alone leaving his beloved home--is unimaginable.
Try as she might, the Little Green Girl can't uproot herself and set off on her own. To realize her dream, she'll have to find a way to show Mr. Aster that it's possible to carry a bit of home with you wherever you go. Lushly illustrated and brimming with charm, The Little Green Girl is an ode to broadening your horizons and the unexpected rewards of experiencing the unknown. Lisa Anchin www. Though she has never encountered anything as magical as the Little Green Girl, her windowsill is brimming with plants, including trees she grew from avocado pits and the seeds of grocery store lemons.
Lisa and her plants live with her husband, daughter, and two studio cats. The Little Green Girl is her first book. This event is free and in association with FAD Market! Girl Power in Myanmar is a bilingual children's book that celebrates the lives of 14 women rocking their communities across Myanmar. What unites them is that they were not afraid to be bold, and use whatever platform they had to make change.
While supporting a local women's organization in Yangon, Myanmar, author Alyson Curro researched, interviewed and worked with five Myanmar female artists and historian Tharaphi Than to illustrate and research the stories. Pyo Let Han, the founder of the first feminist magazine in Myanmar, translated the stories into Myanmar. Alyson Curro elevates overlooked stories of women and girls, through journalism, policy design, and advocacy. Her work spans Turkey, the United States, and most recently Myanmar.
Curro recently returned to New York after spending 18 months in Yangon, Myanmar, where she was supporting a local women's organization. While based in Yangon, Curro authored Girl Power in Myanmar, a newly self-published bilingual children's book about 14 pioneering women throughout Myanmar history. Ted Bundy. John Wayne Gacy.
Jeffrey Dahmer. The names of notorious serial killers are usually well-known; they echo in the news and in public consciousness. But most people have never heard of Israel Keyes, one of the most ambitious and terrifying serial killers in modern history. The FBI considered his behavior unprecedented. Over the course of fourteen years, Keyes would fly to a city, rent a car, and drive thousands of miles in order to use his kits.
And then he would return home to Alaska, resuming life as a quiet, reliable construction worker devoted to his only daughter. When journalist Maureen Callahan first heard about Israel Keyes in , she was captivated by how a killer of this magnitude could go undetected by law enforcement for over a decade. And so began a project that consumed her for the next several years—uncovering the true story behind how the FBI ultimately caught Israel Keyes, and trying to understand what it means for a killer like Keyes to exist.
A killer who left a path of monstrous, randomly committed crimes in his wake—many of which remain unsolved to this day. Maureen Callahan is an award-winning investigative journalist, author, columnist, and commentator. She has covered everything from pop culture to politics. She lives in New York. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. Richard Panek: The Trouble with Gravity. What is gravity? Nobody knows—and just about nobody knows that nobody knows.
How something so pervasive can also be so mysterious, and how that mystery can be so wholly unrecognized outside the field of physics, is one of the greatest conundrums in modern science. In The Trouble with Gravity, Panek invites the reader to experience this ubiquitous yet elusive force in a breathtakingly new way.
Gravity, Panek explains, structures not only our bodies and our physical world, but also our minds and culture. Thus as we get closer and closer to solving the riddle of gravity, it is not only physics that is becoming clearer. We are also getting to know ourselves as never before. Rachel Klein never meant to kiss her creative writing professor, but with his long eyelashes, his silky hair, and the sad, beautiful life he laid bare on Twitter, she does, and the kiss is very nice. Zigzagging between the rarefied circles of Manhattan investment banking, the achingly self-serious MFA programs of the Midwest, and the private bedrooms of Connecticut, Very Nice is an audacious, addictive, and wickedly smart take on the way we live now.
Albee Foundation. She lives with her daughter in Montclair, New Jersey. Emma Straub is from New York City. She lives with her husband in Brooklyn, where she co-owns Books Are Magic. But what they really discover—with a kid as their guide—is how simple machines like pulleys, cranks, and levers are used to engineer tools ranging from jackhammers to dump trucks In Electricity, they touchdown in a kid's backyard, and these silly scientists think they've discovered astonishing specimens, from umbrellas to coins.
But what they really learn is how electricity and magnetism powers lamps, batteries, and even toasters! Korwin Briggs is a writer and illustrator who makes books, comics, and infographics about history and science. He grew up in eastern Pennsylvania, where his early explorations into how things worked included exhausting grown-ups with constant questions, visiting construction sites, unwinding videotapes, and surviving one shocking encounter with an electrical outlet. He later studied art at the Rhode Island School of Design and graduated with a degree in illustration.
Now he lives in Queens, New York, with a cleanish desk and an awfully disordered bookshelf. Learn more at www. Are your kids too afraid of monsters to fall asleep at night? This whimsical book and its magical no-more-monsters patch could solve ALL of their problems! This charmingly illustrated picture book will have little ones giggling all the way to bedtime!
Kids and adults alike will love the goofy, adorable, not-too-spooky monsters, and the socially positive messages about sharing and conquering your fears--even if you need the help of a little magic to do it! And best of all--every book comes with a FREE interactive no-more-monsters patch that kids can attach to their own pajamas and use to scare off their monsters, too. She wrote this book so monsters could never rob her kids or her of a good night's sleep. This is her first children's book. Anat Even Or is an illustrator, character designer, and calligrapher. This is her first children's book sharing her monsters with the world.
A perfect summer night's story starts with Books Beneath the Bridge. Throughout July and August, join us for book readings by featured authors, representing six of Brooklyn's best independent bookstores. Each evening includes readings, discussion, signings, and more! A native of Philadelphia, she now lives in New York City. She writes for the New York Post. She lives in Brooklyn. This event is free and open to the public. This question plagued Glynnis MacNicol on the eve of her fortieth birthday. Despite a successful career as a writer, and an exciting life in New York City, Glynnis was constantly reminded she had neither of the things the world expected of a woman her age: a partner or a baby.
She knew she was supposed to feel bad about this. After all, single women and those without children are often seen as objects of pity or indulgent spoiled creatures who think only of themselves. Glynnis refused to be cast into either of those roles, and yet the question remained: What now?
There was no good blueprint for how to be a woman alone in the world. It was time to create one. Through the trials of family illness and turmoil, and the thrills of far-flung travel and adventures with men, young and old and sometimes wearing cowboy hats , she wrestles with her biggest hopes and fears about love, death, sex, friendship, and loneliness.
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In doing so, she discovers that holding the power to determine her own fate requires a resilience and courage that no one talks about, and is more rewarding than anyone imagines. Realizing she and her family are on the verge of financial ruin, Constance turns to cooking the books at City Hall, while simultaneously trying to reinvent herself through the hyper-competitive world of direct-sales cosmetics. As the burgeoning colony of humans threatens to be torn apart by religious differences, the androids learn that controlling the beliefs of humans is a treacherous and difficult task.
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Run Romantic comedic thriller Cast: Merritt Wever, Domhnall Gleeson EPs: Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Vicky Jones writer , Emily Leo Synopsis: Ruby Wever , a woman living a humdrum existence who one day gets a text inviting her to fulfill a youthful pact, promising true love and self-reinvention, by stepping out of her life to take a journey with her oldest flame.
Included in that brand are hotels, fitness clubs, and tourism, which reflects Judd's life of luxury. Apart from science — which he leaves to scientists he employs — Judd believes he's good at everything. The world has been divided by "a massive barrier of perpetual darkness" where creatures hunt and eat humans. But a young female solider uncovers a power that could save her world but she's struggling to control her abilities.
And new dangers are now after her. The show will follow their journey from strangers to sisters. There, Michael will connect with Stella who happens to have a vampire boyfriend, David. The musical dramedy will see these twenty-somethings come into their own. Now a registered nurse, she works at Berkshire Medical Center. Caren Beilin hopes her students will learn ways to keep working at what they love. Thomas Whalen, associate professor of business, over the summer when he presented his work in Granada, Spain, and Peabody, Mass.
While his paper is set for publication next year, students in our MBA program will benefit from his expertise this fall when he shares the presentation with them. Ed at MCLA. They want you to succeed. MCLA is not so big that you are just a number. Christine Condaris shared her expertise this summer at conferences held in the Czech Republic and Greece. It never feels like work to me.
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The soon-to-be executive producer of Beacon Web News BWN brings a wide variety of experience to her new position, which begins in September. That was just the one of many ways his professors enhance his education. Emily Williams. In addition to being co-workers, they had another colleague cheering them on. Nicole Porther to campus. We are proud of our newly graduated Class of , who are on their way to great things with prestigious first jobs, admittance to top graduate schools, and exciting new internships that will launch their careers. The result was eye-opening. Once in Japan, the students visited a variety of places, including Tokyo, the ancient capital of Kyoto, castle town Matsumoto, and the seaside city of Kamakura.
Sumi Colligan, MCLA students had a unique opportunity last year to explore queer history in that city. She also was an admissions ambassador. Students who traveled to Haiti this spring expected to provide service. What happened was much more profound, as they experienced firsthand how the villagers live.
She will continue to build Greylock Sound, her performing arts booking and promotion agency. Led by Dr. David Cupery, the travel course immersed them in the rich diversity and the controversies that surround this Caribbean island. The experience allowed for a deeper understanding of issues related to Cuban history, politics, culture, and society.
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The event also includes an art tour and the Philosophy Mini Conference. Paris in the Spring Ten students — along with Diane Scott, associate professor of arts management, and Dr. Lisa Donovan, professor of fine and performing arts — experienced Paris in the springtime when they visited landmarks such as the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Montmatre, and the Catacombes.
The trip also included an excursion to Versailles, France. I can count on them, and they can count on me. He and three other students, including Yuki Li '18, discussed job opportunities, career paths, and how to make the transition from student to accountant.
Now she lives and works in Munich, Germany, as a community manager for InterNations, the largest international community for people who live and work abroad.
I really like this! It gives them confidence. This mindset really can change the industry as a whole. D in arts management. I can go to Camden and see the eclectic shops and street art, or walk along the Thames and see the architecture. Her goal? To collect 5, empty beauty and personal care recyclables. Plotting a Path to Graduation: New Software makes it Easier MCLA recently introduced remarkable new software that makes it easier than ever before for students to plan their path to graduation. As an alumna, she continues her involvement in both endeavors.
They were always flexible with game schedules and make-up work. Therrien wants a career in environmental law. I am happy where I am for now, and will keep moving forward. The professors have been excellent.. Additionally, the cost is much more affordable, compared with some of the other schools out there. Soon, she found herself involved in a project in response to an emotionally charged political climate. On Thursday, Jan. I don't write anything down: I simply begin directing and shooting on set, and adjust as I film.
I am a one-man crew. In fact, it was his mother who decided — on a whim as they traveled to Albany, N. Instead, to keep the curriculum fresh, he presents it as a series of stories and themes. According to Dr. I wrote, shot, and edited news packages. I produced programs, and gained live, on-air experience. As a program assistant for its Assets for Artists residency program, she is doing just that. New Entrepreneurship Minor Enhances Liberal Arts It may be part of the business department, but a new entrepreneurship minor may be added to most — if not all — of the programs that MCLA offers.
Every discipline in the liberal arts can be coupled with this new minor to make that degree more effective, according to Dr. Thomas Whalen. We need that now more than ever. She recently rejoined our campus, this time as a physics instructor. His many roles on campus include his service as an SGA senator and president of the debate team. Ultimately, he aims to enter the field of sports commentary. New Biology Prof Specializes in Microbial Ecology With the addition of two new biology majors this fall came some new biology faculty, including Dr. There, he studied how organisms in soil are affected by human-induced changes.
All are the focus of some creative courses taught on campus. Victoria Papa loves learning about life through stories. It was this preference that put her on the path to her new position at MCLA. And, as a commuter student, he did not expect to be particularly engaged in the day-to-day happenings on campus.
Both expectations quickly changed. Now an assistant professor of multi-ethnic studies and the digital humanities on campus, little did she know that one day she would join our faculty. To learn with them and from them was really fun. New Drop-in Center Offers Help with Math Students now have access to a new Math Drop-in Center in Room of the Feigenbaum Center for Science and Innovation, where their peers will tutor them to clarify any math confusion they experience with their coursework, or as they prepare for exams.
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A New Process for Problem-Solving Using methods from traditional science and the humanities, classrooms all over the country are now employing Design Thinking as a way to step back and understand multiple aspects of an idea or problem. Anthony Daly, associate professor of history. Thomas Whalen hopes his students will benefit from his new book, as he explains new ways of looking at the world. Political Science Prof Focuses Research on Female Candidates Women and men are equal in the population, so why do men hold a disproportionate number of seats in office? Samantha Pettey is intrigued by that puzzle.
Also working on her Reading Specialist License, this summer she created lessons for youngsters to help improve their literacy skills while school was out. Elizabeth Hartung recently participated in a workshop that focused on the mathematics of redistricting and voting rights. That is, until he arrived at MCLA.
About to start his senior year, he just wrapped up an internship with General Dynamics in Pittsfield, and co-develops a zombie survival sandbox game. Alumna Begins Ph. D program in behavior analysis. As the data success program manager, the responsibilities of this history graduate include tracking down illegal software usage. Mellon Foundation, we will continue to be on the forefront of arts and education through the creation of the Berkshire Humanities Council. I often feel like a kid in a candy shop. That experience was exactly what the EcoTarium was looking for.
This arts management major - who also minored in music - also has a passion for live music production and stage management. Students Attend New Orleans Jazz Fest From trying fried alligator and enjoying a Maroon 5 concert to bowling while listening to live music and, of course, hearing lots of great jazz, a group of arts management and fine and performing arts music students had the time of their lives on a recent trip to the New Orleans Jazz Festival.
Biology Department Announces Pre-Med and Pre-Veterinary Concentrations Starting this fall, our Biology Department will offer two new concentrations — pre-medical professions and pre-veterinary. Our pre-veterinary concentration will be the only one offered in the Massachusetts State University System, while the pre-medical professions concentration will serve students who are interested in medical, dental and pharmaceutical careers.
The campus also added the Community Health Education major, which addresses a growing demand for health care educators. I was very proud of her for completing her degree in such a short time, and with honors, no less! Jenna Sciuto. I earned all these credits and got a jump on my college career.
Before he graduated, he was recruited to serve in a higher-level position. His MBA also paid for itself within that first year. David Cupery. At Machu Picchu, Edith Sherburne arrived at a. Next Stop, Disney World! Today, our graduates fill positions at arts venues throughout the Berkshires, and the Berkshire Museum is no exception. Jake Eberwein to speak on the subject. It allows for a more immersive learning experience.