For Social Justice and the Earth

Jodi Paloni reads ‘They Could L...

Local author Jodi Paloni’s debut story collection ‘They Could Live With Themselves’, set in the fictional town of Stark Run, Vermont, was inspired by twenty-five years she spent living in Windham County. “What began as a few stories written at Vermont College of Fine Arts grew into a fictional town and a community of imagined […]

John Steven Gurney reads ‘Fuzzy...

Local author John Steven Gurney discusses his new book ‘Fuzzy Baseball’, at 3 pm on Friday, June 17th at Brooks Memorial Library in Brattleboro. ‘It’s the game everyone has been waiting for-The Fernwood Valley Fuzzies Vs. The Rocky Ridge Red Claws! The Fuzzies, featuring such all-star players as Jackie Rabbitson, Sandy Kofox, and Hammy Sosa, […]

Brian Adams event – KABOOM! at ...

Green Writers Press, of West Brattleboro, Vermont, is thrilled to announce the upcoming publication of a new young adult novel, KABOOM! by Brian Adams, author of Love in the Time of Climate Change, Foreword Reviews 2014 IndieFAB Gold Medal Winner for humor. KABOOM! is the candidly comical and dynamic story of Cyndie and Ashley, two […]

Reverend Billy Event ‘The Earth...

Reverend Billy discusses his new book, The Earth Wants YOU on Thursday, May 19th at 7pm! The Earth Wants YOU vine Rev. Billy will read from his new book, The Earth Wants YOU, a motivational handbook meant to inspire its readers to challenge the consumerism, racism and militarism that are killing our planet. Reverend Billy […]

Joshua R. Helm Event ‘Machines ...

Local author Joshua R. Helm discusses his new book of poetry Machines Like Us on Friday, April 8th at 6pm. Winner of the Dzanc Poetry Collection Award, Joshua R. Helms’ debut, Machines Like Us, is part love story, part dreamscape, part exploration of self. For the characters (Speaker, Boy, and Historian), love is dangerous, disorienting, […]

Peter Gould reads ‘Marly’...

Local author Peter Gould reads from his new novella Marly at 6pm on Friday, November 20th at 118 Elliot. Written in an exciting new form, it’s a story with no description, a theater without a stage, a dialogue with only one speaker’s voice recorded. You, the reader, must fill in all the lines left out. […]