The authors listed here reveal the rich literary community in our region.
Interviews with local authors that are broadcast on WilliNet-TV and at willinet.org.
John Crowley, bestselling and awardwinning novelist, reads from KA: Dar Oakley in the Ruin of the Year — the first Crow in all of history with a name of his own was born 2,000 years ago and finally gets the chance to tell his story.
The Williams College bookstore with books, apparel, gifts, and supplies.
An independent literary press fostering the literary arts since 1999.
Explore the act of writing in a safe, nurturing environment; the only thing you need to bring is something to write with and a readiness to explore.
Used and Rare Books
A listing of recent publications by Williams College faculty.
The stock of approximately 30,000 volumes is shelved floor to ceiling, and the overflow from the shelves creates tottering piles that you must navigate as you browse.
More than 2,000 fine art and art history books.
Find past and present exhibition catalogs, books for children, local publications, cookbooks and more.
With over three hundred pages of photographs and anecdotes, Many Stages celebrates six decades of WTF through the eyes of the artists and community.