New (And Old) Vermont Books And Authors To Get You Through The Pandemic
Publishing a book is always challenging, but it's been even more so during the pandemic. This hour, we want to celebrate local authors, booksellers and readers. Tell us if you've written or published a book recently, and what local authors you've been reading! Plus, how are you helping to keep local bookstores and libraries going during this strange time?
Our guests are:
- Sandy Scott, co-owner of The Galaxy Bookshop in Hardwick.
- Barbara Ball, library director at Windsor Library.
Broadcast live on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020 at noon. Rebroadcast at 7 p.m.
Find Goodreads lists of various suggestions from the show:
How Six Vermont Authors Are Publishing During A Pandemic
The Mountains Wild by Sarah Stewart Taylor is a mystery novel that was published in June.
Little Patakha by Akshata Nayak is a children's book that Nayak is currently working on.
Safe As Lightning by Scudder Parker is a book of poetry that was published in June.
Digging for Words: José Alberto Gutiérrez and the Library He Built by Angela Burke Kunkel is a children's book that was published in September.
Preaching Happiness: Creating a Just and Joyful World by Ginny Sassaman is based on a collection of sermons and was released in May.
The Inland Sea by Sam Clark is an upcoming mystery novel that is set to be released in December.
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