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  • Various location Woodstock, VT United States (map)

Bookstock supports the cultural richness and diversity of the Upper Valley and celebrates authors and poets, both established and emerging, from our region. Most events take place in historic buildings around Woodstock’s lovely Green, within three minutes’ walk to the center of Woodstock village, with its unique shops and superb dining. In addition, ArtisTree Gallery in South Pomfret, hosts the opening reception, as well as the UnBound exhibition of book art. Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park hosts a writing workshop and presentation. Catch of the Day restaurant holds a brunch reading Sunday morning.

Bookstock events continue on Saturday, July 27, and Sunday, July 28.

Please note: Reading schedules and location are subject to change. For the the most up-to-date schedule information, please visit the Bookstock website.

11:00 am

  • Cherise Wolas: The Resurrection of Joan Ashby - Thompson Senior Center

12:00 pm

1:00 pm

  • Garret Keizer and James Crews: The World Pushes Back and Telling My Father - North UU Chapel

  • James E. Dobson: Critical Digital Humanitiess: The Search for a Methodology - NW Library Mezzanine

  • Terry Osborne: Nature Writing Workshop - Marsh Billings Rockefeller Education Center (1-4 pm)

  • Jim Rousmaniere: The Water Connection - Woodstock History Center

  • Geza Tetrallyay: The Fencers - Parish Hall St. James

2:00 pm

3:00 pm

  • Brian Adams: Offline -Parish Hall St. James

  • Vievee Francis: Forest Primeval - North UU Chapel

  • Gary Meffe: The Wizard of Odd: A Vermont Tale of Community Devotion - Woodstock History Center

  • Cherise Wolas: The Resurrection of Joan Ashby - NW Library Mezzanine

4:00 pm

Contact: Bookstock