We have some exciting new titles releasing this summer! Â Plus, we have a new literary magazine, Whole Terrain, Antioch University New Englandâ€™s nationally acclaimed journal of reflective environmental practice, is dedicated to the experience of those who have chosen the environment as the basis of their work.Â Whole Terrain cultivates reflective thought and mindful awareness in an effort to create a balance between humanity and the Earth. Former Whole TerrainÂ contributors include Kathleen Dean Moore, John Elder, Terry Tempest Williams, and Gary Nabhan, to name just a few. Recent cover artists include Jason deCaires Taylor, Betty LaDuke, and J. Henry Fair. The result is a high-quality journal of professional reflection that brings a constellation of perspectives to bear on some of the most important issues facing the planet today.
We had a great group of interns this summer and our fellowship recipients are still with us until September. Our interns are always amazing and we are grateful for their passion and support. Read more about this group on our Interns page here. Jackson was a design intern and he created ads, website banners, and learned how to page and style interior designs.
Alicia Tebeau-Sherry joined us after graduating from UVM and she has been a great addition to our team as well!
Here is a shot from our ad in Blue Mountain Review showing some of our new books.
In other news, Madeleine Kunin’s debut poetry collection, Red Kite, Blue Sky, is a finalist in the annual New England Book Awards! The New England Book Awards are announced at the annual Fall Conference. Winners will receive a $250 donation to the literary charity of their choice.