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JensenBeachJensen Beach is the author of two story collections, most recently Swallowed by the Cold. [Noon Saturday, Woodstock Inn Wilder Room]

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muldoon3Described by The Times Literary Supplement as “the most significant English-language poet born since the second World War,” Paul Muldoon is
the author of numerous books of poetry, including The Word on the Street; Maggot; Horse Latitudes; Moy Sand and Gravel, for which he won the 2002
Pulitzer Prize, One Thousand Things Worth Knowing: Poems, and his latest collection, Selected Poems: 1968 – 2014. [4:00 Saturday, UU North Chapel] Read more

Vijay Seshadri by Beowulf SheehanVijay Seshadri is the author of three collections of poetry, including 3 Sections, which was awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. [2:00 Saturday, UU North Chapel] Read more

Molly-PeacockMolly Peacock is the author of seven books of poetry, including The Second Blush and Cornucopia: New & Selected Poems. Her newest book, The Analyst, tells the story of a decades-long patient-therapist relationship that reverses after the analyst’s stroke and continues to evolve.  [1:00 Saturday, UU North Chapel] Read more

Imagine your amazement as you float through space and asteroids fly by you, creating bright colors in the starry sky, or the nostalgia of sitting in the passenger seat of a car as you watch a family grow up together, or even the tension of standing at the edge of a twenty story building in New York City. Take interaction a step further and stimulate your senses by unraveling a mystery while exploring an abandoned bar! [11:00-5:00 Saturday, On the Green]

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YPF_Weston_2017-6In collaboration with the Flynn Center and Vermont Stage Company, the Weston Playhouse hosts the Vermont Young Playwrights Project each winter in area high schools. A professional teaching artist guides high school students in writing their own original one-act plays over the course of six weeks. [1:00 Saturday, On the Green] Read more

JarvisGreenJarvis Green, director JAG Productions, will be exploring race and heritage, bringing attention to the black experience in theater. [12:30 Sunday, Library Mezzanine] Read more

RebeccaRuppRebecca Rupp’s How Carrots Won the Trojan War, which won a Gold Medal from the Garden Writers’ Association, covers the eccentric history and cool science of garden vegetables – including the stories of George Washington’s poisoned peas, the pirate who named the bell pepper, and Madame Pompadour’s purple asparagus [11:00 Sunday, Bentley’s Upstairs] Read more