Category : Poetry

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

Jill photoMarguerite Jill Dye is a third generation artist, poet, and writer who paints en plein air. Jill’s weekly illustrated column in Vermont’s “Mountain Times” reflects her interest in nature, spirit, and global justice. [10:00 Saturday, ArtisTree] Read more

Brooke H JamesBrooke Herter James is the debut author of Why Did the Farmer Cross the Road?, a picture book for young children, as well as The Widest Eye, a collection of poems for adults. [11:00 Friday, NWPL Mezzanine] Read more

Elayne_Clift_headshot-4aBecause of many issues surrounding caregiving, Elayne Clift compiled a collection of prose and poetry by 21 women caregivers that give testimony to what caretaking has meant for contemporary women. [Lead-in: 10:00 Sunday, July 23, UU North Chapel]  Read more
Alvarez-FieldAlvarez and Field, both Vermont residents, have collaborated on a new picture book, Where Do They Go?  The book has been described as a beautifully crafted poem for children of all ages who have ever wondered what happens to those they love after they die. [10:00 Saturday, Town Hall Theater] Read more

Elizabeth_Powell_jpg_1Elizabeth A. I. Powell is the author of The Republic of Self a New Issue First Book Prize winner, selected by C.K. Williams. Her second book Willy Loman’s Reckless Daughter: Living Truthfully Under Imaginary Circumstances won the Robert Dana Prize in poetry, and was a 2016 ‘Books We Love’ in The New Yorker and a Small Press Bestseller. [3:00 Friday, UU North Chapel] Read more