“I have gone from feeling pretty good to being in hospice care,” the 74-year-old Northeast Kingdom novelist has posted on Facebook.
Putney artist Maggie Lake’s story is “powerful and transformative,” according to “Eat Pray Love” author Elizabeth Gilbert. Lake’s family also knows it to be achingly personal.
The Vermont writer’s posthumously published “Broken Wing” is an allegorical tale — in part about what it may be like to be a person of color in one of the nation’s whitest states.
Chuck Collins is author of the new Vermont-published book “Born on Third Base: A One Percenter Makes the Case for Tackling Inequality, Bringing Wealth Home, and Committing to the Common Good.”
The progressive icon quizzed students at Burr and Burton Academy about the definition of oligarchy and urged them to discuss “how we can come together to improve lives in our country.”
Books by and about the U.S. senator from Vermont are climbing national best-seller lists in the wake of this month’s election.
The 464-page hardcover debuting Tuesday is one-third 2016 campaign memoir and two-thirds confirmation why the senator isn’t ruling out another presidential run in 2020.
Society has set expectations for a candidate’s wife. But what if you’re the man married to the woman campaigning to be Vermont’s second-ever female governor?
Garry Harrington has hiked New England’s 100 tallest peaks and the loftiest summits in each of the “lower 48” United States. But as he writes in a new memoir, he’s always seeking a higher place.
Nationally known garden writer Gordon Hayward’s new book looks at the legacy one immigrant family built in the Green Mountain State.
The Newfane novelist who pens what the Chicago Tribune calls “the best police procedurals being written in America” turns Vermont Yankee’s decommissioning into a whodunit.
Sheila Post’s “The Road to Walden North” aims to transmit lessons of simple living to today’s wired world.
The 87-year-old globetrotting activist and author spoke to a capacity crowd in Brattleboro on the themes of her book “Active Hope: How to Face the Mess We’re in Without Going Crazy.”