SUNY Potsdam publishes 42nd volume of Adirondack magazine | WWTI
POTSDAM, NY (WWTI) – An annual publication, dedicated to one of New York State’s most popular destinations, has been published for the 42nd time by SUNY Potsdam.
“Blueline: A Literary Magazine Dedicated to the Spirit of the Adirondacks” was released in volume 42. This magazine is published annually by the English and Communication Department of SUNY Potsdam and features poetry, fiction and non-fiction focused on the natural environment.
According to SUNY Potsdam, “Blueline” is distributed internationally and is recognized for “valuing the environmental imagination and its long tradition in the United States”.
“A clear theme runs through this volume of Blueline, where many contributing writers respond to the coronavirus and its upheavals,” said Blueline editor-in-chief Dr. Donald McNutt. “These writers have captured the strength of the pandemic through their excellent poems, stories and essays. At the same time, these works all fit fully into this magazine’s mission to honor the natural world by portraying it realistically, exploring the beauty of nature as well as its challenges for us.
The 42nd volume includes poems by Michael Michael Carrino, Elizabeth Coleman, Natalli Amato, Dale Hobson, Bonnie Sanders, Matt Spireng; non-fiction essays by Mary Cuffe Perez, Amanda Treat; and the fiction of Phil Gallos.
“Blueline” also includes regional art like photography and painting mediums, this year featuring painter Catherine LaPointe Vollmer.
Magazine subscriptions or purchases can be obtained by contacting [email protected]