Nathalia Holt discusses her book about the women who helped transform
Jack Mayer is a Vermont writer and pediatrician who established Rainbow Pediatrics in Middlebury in 1991 where he continues to practice pediatrics. His first non-fiction
Sarah Prager (www.sarahprager.com) is the author of Queer, There, and Everywhere: 23 People Who Changed the World (HarperCollins, May 2017). In what a starred Kirkus review
DELIA ROBINSON A Shirtwaist Story by Montpelier, Vermont artist, illustrator, and writer Delia Robinson examines the haunting memories of Peter, descended from owners of
“Sonny Saul runs the famous “Pleasant Street Bookstore” in Woodstock which he started with his mother when he moved to Vermont from Philadelphia thirty years
Nonhuman animals have long been considered legal “things” that lack capacity for legal rights.This has allowed them to be mercilessly exploited by legal “persons” who
A panel discussion with Justine O’Keefe, Dr. Cardy Raper, and Alice Eckles Justine O’Keefe’s first book, a historical novel, was based on her grandmother’s childhood.
The German military used Enigma cipher machines to encode all of their important communications. The breaking of these Enigma codes (as depicted in the