Friday 9 AM        Used book sale opens, Town Green

Friday 5:30 PM   Unbound III exhibit and Festival reception At ArtisTree

Saturday 10 AM  Key note speaker Jeanne Theoharis at Town Hall Theater

Sunday 2:30 PM “Northern Borders” film at Town Hall Theater (closing event)






An information table in the Exhibitor Tent on the Green will be staffed 9AM – 4 PM Friday and Saturday. If you wish to contact the Festival before then, call Shiretown Books 802-457-2996 or

The fourteenth United States Poet Laureate from 2006-2007, Donald Hall makes a much poet laureate Donald Hallanticipated visit to Bookstock (Saturday, 4- 4:40 PM, Town Hall Theater)

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Huge sale under a tent on the Green, plus a vintage book sale in the Norman Williams Public Library. Friday and Saturday, 9AM – 5 PM. (Vintage book sale continues on Sunday at 12 PM.) Proceeds go to the Library and the North Chapel.Bookstock woman at book sale 2010

In American Coup, William Arkin reveals the desk-bound takeover of the highest reaches of government by a coterie of “grey men” of the national security establishment.(Saturday, 4-4:40 PM, Library Mezzanine).Arkin Read more

Kirk Kardashian confronts the failing economics of the traditional small dairy farm, the rise of the factory mega-farm with its resultant pollution and disease, and the uncertain future of milk. Saturday, 1-1:40 PM Library Mezzanine) Read more

Local author Sarah Stewart Taylor reads on Friday as part of a Celebration of Local Authors. (Friday, 12 – 12:40 p.m.  Library Mezzanine). Read more

01. AIC_LowResPresented by the Center for Cartoon Studies, White River Junction. Saturday,  10 AM – 2 PM, in front of Norman Williams Public Library. Read more

Woodstock-based Rabbi  Dov Taylor will read as part of our Celebration of Local Authors (Friday, 3-3:40 PM, Library Mezzanine). Read more

ArtisTree presents the third annual juried exhibition of Book Art as part of Bookstock (Friday, 5:30 PM ArtisTree)UNBOUND_UnChoppingaTree Read more

Emily Bernard, one of the America’s most dedicated young historians of black life and culture, will discuss an Emily Bernardimportant figure in the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s and 1930s. (Saturday, 1 – 1:40 PM,History Center) Read more

….and how they heal us. Ancient wisdom from Greek myths and the Talmud.(Saturday, 12 – 12:40 PM, Town Hall Conference Room 2nd fl) Read more

Jason Lutes will discuss the genre of cartooning and graphic fiction as part of our Celebration of Local Authors (Friday, 1 – 1:40 PM, Library Mezzanine). Read more


Saturday, 3 – 3:40 PM, Town Hall Theater. The 2013 Presidential Inaugural Poet Richard was made in Cuba, assembled in Spain, and imported to the United States…… Read more

A Panel discussion on Pathways to Publishing:

Exploring the Options Available to Individuals and Businesses (Saturday, 3 – 3:40 PM, Town Hall Conference Room 2nd Fl)

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Born to a Filipino mother and Malayali Indian father, Aimee Nezhukumatathil (neh-ZOO / koo-mah / tah-TILL) is the author of three books of poetry. (Saturday, 2 – 2:40 PM, St. James Social Hall)

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Pulitzer Prize winner Galway Kinnell was born in Providence, Rhode Island, in 1927. (Saturday, 1 – 1:40 PM, St. James Social Hall).

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