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Sep
21
2:00 PM14:00

Zoe Mulford

Zoe Mulford: The President Sang Amazing Grace

We are thrilled to welcome to Northshire for this very special kid's event singer, songwriter, and author Zoe Mulford presenting her new book, The President Sang Amazing Grace—a lyrical account of the day President Obama sang with a grieving nation following the 2015 shooting in a black church in Charleston, South Carolina.

Contact: The Northshire Bookstore

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Sep
28
7:30 PM19:30

Says You! The Inside Story (Burlington Book Festival)

  • Contois Auditorium at City Hall (map)
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Says You! The Inside Story offers a peek behind the scenes at the creative process of the people who make the magic each week on one of public radio's most entertaining and enduring quiz shows. Join head writer and host Dave Zobel along with first seat panelist par excellence Carolyn Faye Fox for an evening of witty, word-based conviviality. Dave and Carolyn will share stories about researching material used on the show, the writing of its devious, trademark questions, the secret to the perfect ad lib and more. You'll enjoy videos of classic Says You! moments and get to ask Carolyn and Dave your own questions when we open up the floor to an audience Q&A. Both will be happy to sign copies of your favorite Says You! books as well. A benefit for the 15th annual Burlington Book Festival, it's guaranteed to be the very definition of a great time!

Cost: $25 to $25. Buy tickets online.

Contact: Burlington Book Festival

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Oct
2
11:00 AM11:00

Ann Patchett Book Signing

Ann Patchett's next novel The Dutch House will be published on September 24th. Part of her tour promoting the book brings her through Peterborough for a brief stop at the store to sign copies and meet her readers. Though she wont have the time to give a formal talk, we are sure she will share a smile and a signature. We hope you can drop in.

Contact: Toadstool Bookshop - Peterborough

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Oct
5
2:00 PM14:00

S. S. Taylor

S. S. Taylor: The Expeditioners and the Lost City of Maps

Sarah Stewart Taylor will give a brief presentation at 2:00 pm followed by a book signing.

Free and open to the public. Reservations are not needed. To reserve copies of the book, please call 802-649-1114 or email info@norwichbookstore.com. If you are not able to attend, we are happy to arrange to have Sarah sign copies for you.

Contact: The Norwich Bookstore

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Oct
12
4:00 PM16:00

Naima Wade

Naima Wade: Elbow Dreams

The series talks are springboards to provoke meaningful conversations, and will be guided by Dr. Wanda Heading-Grant as moderator. This third annual speakers’ series is free and open to the public at the historic Barn House on the Clemmons Family Farm in Charlotte, VT. Advance registration is required and a donation is welcome. A Q&A and discussion will follow each presentation.

Contact: Clemmons Family Farm

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Oct
12
7:00 PM19:00

Rick Bass

Montana author and activist Rick Bass will offer a public reading and talk. Bass' work as a writer and activist is grounded in his home, the Yaak Valley of northwestern Montana. In addition to reading, Bass will share stories of his work with the Yaak Valley Forest Council, their efforts within the Kootenai National Forest and the Yaak community, and the challenge of supporting a small group of grizzlies in the Yaak.

The Galaxy Bookshop will be on hand with a selection of Rick Bass’ novels, short story collections, and his nonfiction writing about the natural world. There is no cost to attend; donations to the Yaak Valley Forest Council will be welcome.

This event will take place at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center.

Contact: Melanie Viets

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Oct
15
4:30 PM16:30

Robert Kuttner

Join us at Dartmouth to hear Robert Kuttner, author of The Stakes: 2020 and the Survival of American Democracy, speak about American democracy, capitalism, and the stakes of the upcoming 2020 election.

The Stakes explains how the failure of the economy to serve ordinary Americans opened the door to a demagogic president, and how democracy can still be taken back from Donald Trump. The Stakes demonstrates how a progressive Democrat has a better chance than a centrist of winning the presidency, and how only this outcome can begin the renewal of the economy and our democracy.

This event will take place on the Dartmouth College campus.

Contact: The Norwich Bookstore

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Oct
16
5:00 PM17:00

Neukom Institute Literary Arts Awards

  • Dartmouth College, Moore Building, Filene Auditorium (map)
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Winners of the Literary Arts Awards along with the judges, Ann and Jeff VanderMeer, will have a panel discussion. Open to the public with a book signing and reception to follow.

See the 2019 Book Shortlist and 2019 Play Shortlist.

This event will be held in Filene Auditorium in the Moore Building on the Dartmouth College campus.

Contact: Neukom Institute for Computational Science

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Oct
21
7:00 PM19:00

Peter Zheutlin

Peter Zheutlin: The Dog Went Over the Mountain]

Peter will be joining us for an evening of reading and anecdotes. There will be opportunities for questions and book signing.

This event is free and open to the public. Co-sponsored by the Bennington Free Library and The Bennington Bookshop.

Contact: The Bennington Bookshop

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Oct
26
2:00 PM14:00

Rachel F. Seidman

Rachel F. Seidman, in conversation with Felice Belman, discusses Speaking of Feminism: Today’s Activists on the Past, Present and Future of the U.S. Women’s Movement.

In Speaking of Feminism, Rachel F. Seidman presents insights from twenty-five feminist activists from around the United States, ranging in age from twenty to fifty. Allowing their voices to take center stage through the use of in-depth oral history interviews, Seidman places their narratives in historical context and argues that they help explain how recent new forms of activism developed and flourished so quickly.

Rachel F. Seidman is director of the Southern Oral History Program in the Center for the Study of the American South at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Contact: Gibson’s Bookstore

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Sep
14
4:00 PM16:00

Emily Bernard

Emily Bernard: Black Is The Body

The series talks are springboards to provoke meaningful conversations, and will be guided by Dr. Wanda Heading-Grant as moderator. This third annual speakers’ series is free and open to the public at the historic Barn House on the Clemmons Family Farm in Charlotte, VT. Advance registration is required and a donation is welcome. A Q&A and discussion will follow each presentation.

Contact: Clemmons Family Farm

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Sep
5
7:00 PM19:00

Jeremy Holt

Jeremy Holt: Before Houdini

Jeremy will be in conversation with Margot Harrison.

An assortment of sparkling wines will be available courtesy of Zafa Wines — pours $10.

Cost: Proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Vermont Foodbank. 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.

Contact: Phoenix Books Burlington

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Aug
28
6:00 PM18:00

Katherine Paterson

Katherine Paterson: My Brigadista Year

Join us as we speak with beloved author, Katherine Paterson, about her life, her work, and her recent recognition in the 2019 E.B. White Award for literature. Author visits are followed by light refreshments and the Barre Partnership's Concerts in Currier Park series. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

Contact: Aldrich Public Library

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