Writers on A Sense of Place, Part Two

The Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts is a region rich in history, natural beauty and writers who take the Valley as their subject. On March 21, 2007, five of those writers read selections from some of their works exploring a sense of place at the Buckland/Shelburne Community Center. Writer’s Voice was there…We’ll also be broadcasting excerpts from the readings on our radio broadcasts throughout the coming months. Last week’s podcast of the event featured writers Russell Powell, William MacLeish, and Patricia Donohue. Today’s podcast features Richard Todd, an editor for the Atlantic Monthly, New England Monthly and Houghton Mifflin and Susie Patlove of Charlemont, a member of the local poets’ collective, Slate Roof Press.