Manchester - Local Author Spolight

Event date: 
Saturday, September 24, 2016 - 6:30pm
Event address: 
4869 Main St
Manchester Center, VT 05255

It is our pleasure to dedicate this special evening to some of our local and independent authors, each with their own unique writing style. We invite you to support our local writing community and join us for a wonderful evening of story-telling.

Presenting Authors

Eric Joseph and Eva Ungar Grudin.

Save the Last Dance.

In this debut novel, Joseph and Grudin have crafted a love story that is told entirely through emails. A witty, complex love story about a late-in-life romance.

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Jim Newman

The Point of it All

James R. Newman has been a collector of barbed fencing since the 1960s and is a member of the Antique Barbed Wire Society. This new title is a thoroughly documented, researched book about the history of the designs of antique barbed fencing

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David Mook

Corn-Pone 'Pinions

Corn-Pone 'Pinions is a thoughtful collection of self-aware poems and essays with the added splendor of current political cartoons. Mook acknowledges his white privilege with an artful analogy in the essay, Born on Third Base, and his poem, Castleton University War Memorial, sheds its shadow on the grim reality of future conflicts. It's an intense and greatly fulfilling exploration of our modern society.

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Brett Ann Stanciu

Hidden View

Located on an isolated Vermont hillside farm, Hidden View’s tension revolves around a couple struggling to bolster their dairy farm’s sagging economics through sugaring. . The cyclical nature of farming, with its braided elements of fruition and decay, reflect the interior struggles of the novel’s main characters.

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Sarah Dillon

Planning for Escape

Narrated through an intense, witty, yet lyrical interior monologue, Dillon interweaves her own unique perspectives on memory, family, and place, with the compelling and luminous account of her endlessly disappointing search for love through a dazzling array of quirky people and unforgettable places. 

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Shelia Post

The Road to Walden

Novelist Sheila Post has written an elegiac tribute to the spirit of Thoreau—a timely Walden revisited. The story chronicles the desperate and deliberate lives among four individuals whose worlds converge on the Harvard University campus until forced to grapple with the themes she teaches in her course on Walden

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