There’s a certain irony in the radar antennae pictured on the cover of Joseph Krausman’s forthcoming book “Parabolic Dishes.” First, because it’s a physical book after all, not an over-the-air e-doc. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, it’s just that 86-year-old Krausman is so actively dedicated to sharing literature in person. A resident of Albany, he is a reliable presence and a thoughtful participant at author conferences, poetry readings and writing workshops, and all sorts of other cultural events in the Capital Region.
“It’s a good thing writers hear from other writers,” Krausman said in his Brooklyn accent. âI am a new professional. I started when I was a child, I made friends and I had good teachers.