“Woodstock’s Own John Cotton Dana: Innovator of Libraries and Museums. Marcos Stafne, executive director of the Montshire Museum of Science is always on the lookout
“Authors from Sisters in Crime, a national organization of mystery and thriller authors, will talk about how great fiction starts in the real world. Connie Johnson
“Marianne Leone is an actress, screenwriter and essayist. Her essays have appeared in the Boston Globe, Post Road, Bark Magazine, and Coastal Living. Her memoir, Jesse, was published by
“Stories From The Ta Ta Weenie Club: Join Woodsman, Author, and Storyteller Bill Torrey for five, true, Moth-style stories from his book, The Ta Ta Weenie
” The Dusky Afternoon: An Oregon Childhood immerses readers in a post-World War II rural Oregon where logging trucks laden with timber rumbled along gravel roads
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
Founded in 2013 by Bess O’Brien and Gary Lee Miller, Writers for Recovery provides free writing workshops, public readings, and print and online publication for