Common Folk Launches Literary Journal

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NORTH ADAMS, MASS. — Common Folk Artist Collective will release the first edition of their literary journal, Folktales on Nov. 20, 2020. 
 
Pre-orders will be available for $10 which includes the physical journal and digital download. Those interested must order by Nov. 10 to receive the digital copy.
 
Pre-orders will be available starting Nov. 1 at https://commonfolk.org/literary.
 
Pre-orders can be shipped directly to homes or picked up from Common Folk's storefront at 12 Holden St. Physical copies will be available for pick up starting Nov. 20.
 
Featuring cover artwork from North Adams artist Danielle Klebes, Folktales is a compilation of poetry, fiction, and hybrid from local literary artists. 
 
The literary artists include Kirsten Connelly, Sarah DeFusco, Isaiah Frisbie, Christopher Hantman, Hanna Lauerman, Nate Massari, Allison O'Keefe, Kit Riemer, Jade Schnauber, Michael Williams, Jennifer Wise, and Isaac Wood. 
 

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Thunderstorms expected over central New York this afternoon are now expected to impact Northern Berkshire and Southern Vermont. 
 
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