Presenters and organizers are fanning out to share news of the Festival throughout the Berkshires and beyond!
Berkshires Week editor Katherine Abbott wrote a great pair of stories about the “Anti-heroine” panel hosted by novelist Edie Meidav of Bard College. Here is her news story, and here is her related column.
Click here to hear Sally-Jane Heit, Suzi Banks Baum and Jennifer Browdy de Hernandez live on The WAMC Roundtable with Joe Donahue!
There’s a marvelous story by Karen Schoemer in Rural Intelligence this week!
And you won’t believe the fantastic coverage in Berkshires Week, from editor Kate Abbott and writer Margot Welch! If you missed it in print, you can check it out here–but look at the webpage carefully, there are not just one or two but THREE separate stories on the Festival here for you to enjoy.
Here is the Festival story as told by Berkshire Creative.
Although the Berkshire Record posts only its Page One online, if you pick up a copy of the March 27 Record and turn to the Berkshires section, you’ll see a fabulous photo of Suzi Banks Baum from last year’s Out of the Mouths of Babes event, taken by Christina Lane. The story that accompanies the image, by writer Emily Kramer, is quite fabulous too–go out and get a copy of the Record, and see for yourself!
But wait, there’s more! Download this hour-long conversation between Radio2Women host Serene Mastrianni and Out of the Mouths of Babe founder Suzi Banks Baum, and listen to it the next time you’re out in the car or have a quiet moment to yourself–they talk so movingly about their love for the Festival, and give a great overview of this year’s events. Be sure to pick up your tickets for Serene’s March 16 R2W interview–tickets must be purchased in advance, and benefit WBCR-LP.
We’ll continue to add press coverage here as it comes in; if we miss something, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you at the Festival!