” 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
Bill Mares, raised in Texas, educated at Harvard, has been a reporter-photographer, state legislator and high school teacher. He has authored or co-authored 17 books
Bookstock Literary Festival has local speaker Bruce Coffin! “Bruce Coffin was born and raised in Woodstock, and has maintained a close connection to the village
Pentangle presents: opening act from the Chris Pierce concert, Cloudland Road. “The concert opens with a performance by local talent Cloudland Road, an acoustic pop
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
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.