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Elizabeth Nelson

Elizabeth Nelson is a writer, multidisciplinary artist, and marketing-communications professional. Her fiction and poetry can be read in The Raven Review, Second Chance Lit, Rhodora Magazine, Canyon Voices Magazine, Catchwater Magazine, and others. Colors Inside the Body received a reading at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater in NYC as part of Texas Wesleyan's 2019 Playmarket. In March 2018, The Athena Project workshopped The Golden Hour as part of its annual “Plays in Progress Series” in Denver, CO. Fugue (published under Laura Elizabeth Miller by Black Box Press) is regularly produced worldwide, and The Going Price (Steele Stage Rights) was selected in 2011 as part of Red Bull Theater’s inaugural Short New Play Festival. Stage directing credits include The Chess Lesson by Sari Caine, world premiere of Spark by Angela Santillo, Rumors, Tallgrass Gothic, Arsenic and Old Lace, Pillow Talk, and Emily. A graduate of Texas Wesleyan University and Sarah Lawrence College, Elizabeth was the original art director and managing editor for SDC Journal, a craft magazine published by Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC) in NYC. Currently she is the Marketing Director for 1Berkshire. Elizabeth lives in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts with her husband, two cats, and a Puggle named Harper Lee. Photo by Tricia McCormack Photography

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BUSINESS PERSPECTIVES: Give the gift of shopping local this holiday season

With the holiday season on the horizon, and November 26th’s Small Business Saturday just around the corner, let us all be reminded of the importance of shopping locally.

REFLECTIONS: The rebellion of joy

For the author, finding joy in times of sorrow is the worthiest act of rebellion.

Letting Go, Not Forgetting & Feeling Hopeful Despite It All

Our first Christmas in our first home. It’s official. The Berkshires have become Home.

Short Story: A seven-letter word

“I’m on an adventure,” he said, smiling broadly. He blew a bubble. It popped with a snap and I saw the waitress watching us.

The Start of Something: A letter to New York from the Berkshires

A transplanted New Yorker on the process of laying down roots in the Berkshires.
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The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.