Held weekly at The Lounge at 4 High St., Brattleboro, Vermont with host Dede Cummings, a writer and poet, publisher and founder of Green Writers Press in Brattleboro
Thursday, November 9, 6 PM to 8 PM
Special guest, debut novelist, James Hornor. His book entitled Victoria Falls will be published in spring 2018 by Green Writers Press.
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Green Writers Press author Peter Gould will lead the Writers Lounge on Thursday, November 2nd, from 6:00-8:00.
Peter’s first novel, a utopian commune fantasy called Burnt Toast, was published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1971. Peter’s commune memoir Horse-Drawn Yogurt: Stories from Total Loss Farm was published in 2017 by Green Writers Press. He’s back with fantasy again in 2017, completing Seed Man, a dystopian story set in a future earth where most of the men are infertile. He’ll talk with us about how to construct imaginary worlds in fiction, how to deal with time and space and characters who you know couldn’t possibly exist but you have to make them real anyway.
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On Thursday, July 20th from 6:00-8:00 PM, our regular Book Lounge on Thursdays will feature Putney author Tim Weed. Tim’s new short story collection, A Field Guide to Murder & Fly Fishing
is selling briskly nationwide. Tim will talk about his writing and give a prompt for the group to do some of our own writing followed by sharing work.
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The Book Lounge, where poets, writers, and readers mingle and lean into this beautiful profession.
The Book Lounge is curated by the editors of The Hopper literary magazine and Green Writers Press to foster a social community around the creative arts in southern Vermont in a central space, where all writers will be invited to participate.
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Please join us Thursday evening, May 25th, from 6:00-8:00 PM with Vermont author Bill Schubart
About the evening’s special program
In my seventy years on earth I’ve seen and learned much. I can track and feel the changes wrought over time to my body and intellect, but must retreat into silence to appreciate the subtle change in social culture over these years. By culture, I don’t mean arts and humanities, I mean what we were taught, what we came to believe, and how we lived and behaved seventy years ago, as opposed to today. Trying to understand and measure this change over two generations is like trying to quantify and qualify the growth of reindeer moss on a granite boulder.
Using Lila & Theron as a frame for an earlier culture, I will engage the audience in a discussion of how social culture and mores have changed for the better and for worse, and answering any questions on writing and publishing.
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