New England explorer Christy Butler offers this guidebook to over 150 unique and inspiring places including waterfalls, glacial erratics, vistas, cultural institutions and prominent statues.
Find past and present exhibition catalogs, books for children, local publications, cookbooks and more.
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.
A listing of recent publications by Williams College faculty.
An independent second-hand and antiquarian bookstore emphasizing the arts.
Herman Melville lived at his Pittsfield farm at Arrowhead was the from 1850 to 1863, while he wrote Moby-Dick. is the first National Historic Landmark to be designated in Berkshire County.
The authors listed here reveal the rich literary community in our region.
With over three hundred pages of photographs and anecdotes, Many Stages celebrates six decades of WTF through the eyes of the artists and community.
Based in the MASS MoCA campus and publishing books that teach people to be more self-reliant and engage with the natural world.
A public humanities project connecting residents to the literary history of the region, creating a forum for thinking about place, and supporting the production of new creative work.
An independent literary press fostering the literary arts since 1999.
Operated by Follett, the college bookstore offers new fiction and nonfiction, readings and book signings, gifts and textbooks and a cafe run by Tunnel City Coffee.
Founded in 1793, Williams College is the second oldest institution of higher learning in Massachusetts and is consistently ranked among the top liberal arts colleges in the country.
This beautifully written and illustrated portrait showcases many fine examples of American campus architecture at Williams College. Includes walking tours of campus.