I’ve been waiting for these two small, but jam-packed, volumes from editors Neal Burdick and Maurice Kenny. In each, a collection of writers reflect on living in either the Adirondacks or the North Country lowlands. Originally planned as a...
Nov 30, 2006 — To the extent that poets can be said to have work to be going off to, a main part of the job description is public performance. It's a curious kind of show biz--"the poe-biz" as one of tonight's guests calls it. Dale Hobson decided to talk with some area poets to get their best advice on how to do the deed. Go to full article
Dec 10, 2004 — Native American writer Maurice Kenny, a resident of Saranac Lake, teaches writing at SUNY Potsdam and has been a leading figure in the renaissance of Native American poetry since the 1970s. He is the author of more than a dozen volumes of poetry, as well as collections of essays and short stories. Kenny is an internationally renowned writer of poetry, fiction, and plays. And he is generously sharing Feeding Bears, a full-length volume of new poems on our website. He spoke with Todd Moe. Go to full article
Oct 09, 2003 — In its tenth season opener, this call-in on contemporary literature looks at the literature of the area. Hosts Ellen Rocco and Chris Robinson are joined in the studio by poet/teacher Maurice Kenny and writer/editor Neal Burdick. Joining the discussion by phone are our listeners, as well as Adirondack Life magazine editor Betsy Folwell and essayist Bill McKibben. Go to full article
Aug 23, 2001 — North Country author Maurice Kenny reads an excerpt from his story "Tremolo", featured in the new book Living North Country, Essays on Life and Landscapes in Northern New York. Go to full article