Please join us in celebrating the publication of Afterlives of Indigenous Archives: Essays in honor of the Occom Circle (Dartmouth College Press, 2019) edited by Ivy Schweitzer (Department of English & Creative Writing) and Gordon Henry (visiting in the Native American Studies Program). There will be short presentations from the collection by Ivy, Gordon and Melanie Taylor (Native American Studies Program), who is also a contributor.
This even will be held in the Wren room in Sanborn House on the Dartmouth College Campus.
Contact: Leslie Center for the Humanities
Archer Mayor: Bomber’s Moon
To celebrate the release of Bomber’s Moon, there will be a book party and signing at The Mill, in conjunction with Northshire Bookstore who will be selling books, hot off the press! Join us to toast Archer, and enjoy hot mulled cider and cider donuts, along with door prizes! Free and open to the public, but please RSVP as seats are limited.
Contact: The Mill
Join Susan Ritz to celebrate the publication of her debut novel, "A Dream to Die For," "an original and compelling murder mystery that will keep you up late turning pages as you’re sucked into a world of dreams and dreamers, mystics and bartenders, artists and cops," says Jennifer McMahon.
Reading, Book Signing, Cake and Refreshments. Free and open to the public.
Join us Tuesday, June 18 at Cafe Renee (right next to the Coolidge Hotel) to celebrate the release of Memories Unleashed: Vietnam Legacy, a new book by hometown author Carl R. Small. Carl’s reading will be followed by a free “prompt” workshop, where everyone is invited to write and share.
The reading starts at 6:30, but come early because Cafe Renee will be serving up light fare and its usual homey, European vibe. Bring something to write on/with. Bring a friend. (Heads up, space is limited.)
Please join Ann Dávila Cardinal in celebrating the release of her new novel, Five Midnights (Tor Teen, 2019). There will be Latin music, salsa dancing, and Puerto Rican appetizers from Café Anna at Vermont College of Fine Arts. There will be a short reading from the novel, and Bear Pond Books will be on hand with copies for sale.
Cash bar offering special El Cuco Mojitos.
This is a free, family-friendly event!
Elayne Clift: Around the World in Fifty Years
Contact: Next Stage Arts
Next Stage Arts presents award-winning author Elayne Clift’s book launch event as part of its ongoing literary series, Next Stage Speaks hosted by Vermont Poet Laureate Chard deNiord. Clift’s 13th book, Around the World in Fifty Years: Travel Tales of a Not So Innocent Abroad, is a collection of selected stories about her global travels, told in prose and poetry.
There is a suggested donation at the door of $10.
PoemCity 2019 is celebrating the launch of Healing the Divide: Poems of Kindness and Connection with a group reading from the anthology (edited by poet James Crews). The reading features:
Mary Elder Jacobsen
Contact: Bear Pond Books
Elizabeth Powell: Concerning the Holy Ghost’s Interpretation of J. Crew Catalogues
Cost: Your $3 ticket comes with a coupon for $5 off a copy of the featured book. Coupons expire at closing the evening of the event. Proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Vermont Foodbank.
Contact: Phoenix Books Burlington
Celebrate International Women’s Day with the Book Release of Lunation: A Good Fat Anthology of 114 Women Poets. Lunation is an epic gathering of women poets from the seacoast and beyond in one fierce and fiery publication six months in the making and culminating with a free and open to the public book release.
Along with readings of poems from the book by the poets who wrote them, amazing local band River Sister will be there as well as our incredible sponsor Feminist Oasis as part of the celebration. Books are free for the poets in the book and on sale to the public for 10 dollars.
Contact: Portsmouth Poet Laureate Program