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October 2018

2018 Burlington Book Festival

October 12 – October 14
UVM Alumni House, Burlington

The 2018 Burlington Book Festival offers readings, workshops, panels and more featuring literary luminaries from around the world and just around the corner. Free. Supported by a VHC grant. Read More »


Brattleboro Literary Festival 2018

October 12 – October 14
Downtown Brattleboro, Brattleboro

The Brattleboro Literary Festival is a three-day celebration of literature. The festival presents both award-winning literary authors and emerging authors in a series of free events including panel discussions, exhibitions, readings and special events. Read More »


America: The Movie — An Evening with Eugene Jarecki

October 13
7:00 pm
UVM Alumni House, Burlington

A benefit for the 2018 Burlington Book Festival, this ticketed event will feature award-winning director Eugene Jarecki (Why We Fight, The House I Live In, The King) in conversation with the audience on the subjects addressed in his work. Excerpts from his films will be screened and discussed. Read More »


Journalism in Today’s Democracy – A Symposium

October 24
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Vermont State House, Montpelier
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The Friends of the Vermont State House present a day of discussion about the challenges facing American citizens today who depend on journalists for information. Read More »


November 2018

“I Wrote and Waited”: Aleksandr Solzhentsyn’s Life in Cavendish, Vermont

November 15
12:00 pm
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Aleksander Solzhenitsyn was a Nobel Prize-winning Soviet dissident author who moved to Cavendish, Vermont, after his exile from the Soviet Union. Margo Caulfield of the Cavendish Historical Society will share what his life was like and the impact he had on the community. She will also speak about the work being done to commemorate his life in his centennial year. Read More »

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