Brought to you by Bright Hill, in Partnership with the New York State Council on the Arts
The New York Literary Map
The site is currently under construction and redesign by Clique Studios. / Evolving changes are completed by Beatrice Georgalidis, Project Director; Lawrence Shaw, Littree Assistant; and Bright Hill Interns.
NYS LitTree was created to serve:
NYSCA-funded organizations with literary programs, their curators, and the poets and writers they present.
Bright Hill was commissioned by:
the New York State Council on the Arts to develop and maintain this rich site.
The site offers in-depth information about:
the organizations and their curators as well as detailed schedules, thereby serving as a learning center and clearing house for those involved in literature-based presentation.
The new +Add Events+ calendar:
was added Marc Funaro of Advantex, Inc.
Soon Littree will add:
a State Planning Calendar for Festivals, Fund-raising Events, and other Major Events.
planners will be able to:
avoid date conflicts for these functions that are so important in the lives of organizations.
NYS Events (Literary events taking place in New York State)
NYC Events (Literary events taking place in New York City)
New! Add Event (Facilitating adding statewide and city events)
NYS Organizations (New York State literary organizations)
NYC Organizations (New York City literary organizations)
NYSCA Lit Curators (Curators for programs funded by NYSCA)
NY Circuit Writers (Writers available for touring their books throughout New York State)
Interstate Writers (Writers from out-of-state who are available for touring in NYS)
Nat’l Events (National ongoing literary events, i.e., workshops, conferences, etc.)
Tech Assistance (Help from the literary field)
Archive (The 1999 Latino Writers Roundtable Transcription; Poets and Writers Respond to 9/11)
Links (Other literary web sites and sites of interest to writers, publishers, and presenters)
About the Lit Maps (Scroll down for more information on the LitMaps)
NYS Lit Map (New York State Literary Map)
NYC Lit Map (New York City Literary Map)
New! Authors, Libraries, Bookstores, Lit Sites, Lit Nominations (some of LitMap’s services)
Al Poulin Jr. Publishing Project (see below)
DUC Library Program (Distribution to Underserved Communities, administered by Art Resources Transfer)
New! What Are You Reading? (A downloadable page for sharing books and conversing about them)
Visit the NYSCA Literary Map of New York State.
Permissions and Copyright
The logo, name, and all graphics on the New York State LitTree and LitMap are the property of the New York State Council on the Arts and Bright Hill Press, Inc. Use, reproduction, copying, or redistribution, without the written permission of the New York State Council on the Arts and Bright Hill Press, Inc. is prohibited.
The publishers are aware that, given the vast number of writers who have lived and worked in New York, the information on the maps is not necessarily exhaustive. We welcome corrections and additions (please send to Bright Hill Press, POB 193, Treadwell, NY 13846; or email to email@example.com; or call 607-829-5055); corrections will be made to the online version of the map and to future editions of the printed version.