2 edition of Ad Hoc Monadnock found in the catalog.
Ad Hoc Monadnock
|Statement||executive editor, Marie Louise St. Onge ; associate editors, Linda Dyer, Adelle Leiblein.|
|Contributions||St. Onge, Marie Louise., Dyer, Linda., Leiblein, Adelle., Monadnock Writer"s Group.|
|LC Classifications||PS548.N4 A33 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 213 p. :|
|Number of Pages||213|
|LC Control Number||94073751|
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Ad Hoc Monadnock Online, a follow-on to the print anthology, was published from Ad Hoc Monadnock book featuring short fiction, poetry, essays, and memoir. This online journal was archived and has been replaced by MWG’s current online journal Smoky Quartz ( to present). We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more.
Her writing has been published in Postcard Memoirs, Monadnock Ledger magazine, Ad Hoc Monadnock Online, and The Henniker Review. She was a poetry editor and contributing photographer for Shadow and Light—A Literary Anthology on Memory, and co-founder of the online literary journal Smoky Quartz.
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Ad Hoc serves a prix fixe, 4-course family-style menu, which changes daily, and embodies the comfort food reminiscent of the recipes Chef Keller's childhood.
Addendum is the restaurant's seasonal outpost offering buttermilk fried chicken or BBQ picnic lunches to be enjoyed in the garden or taken to-go.Ad Hoc Monadnock: A Literary Anthology (Monadnock Writers' Group, ) Prose and poetry written by residents, or with some relationship to the Monadnock area.
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