Vermont Humanities

Vermont Reads Events

Painting of two girls in 1950s San Francisco in a corner under a streetlamp
Vermont Reads

As part of Vermont Reads 2023 Last Night at the Telegraph Club, we’ll support in-person and online discussions and presentations around the book’s themes.

Upcoming Vermont Reads Events

Painting of two girls in 1950s San Francisco in a corner under a streetlamp
Live Event

Vermont Reads: Last Night at the Telegraph Club Discussion

All are welcome to the John G. McCullough Free Library for a discussion of Malinda Lo’s Last Night at the Telegraph Club, the 2023 Vermont Reads selection. Refreshments will be available.

Silhouette pen-and-ink drawing of the historical lesbian couple Charity and Sylvia
Live Event

Comics and Queerness in Vermont and Beyond

Vermont Cartoonist Laureate Tillie Walden presents a look at the intersection of indie comics with queer identity through her many graphic novels—from science fiction to memoir to historical retelling. Explore process and power through visual narrative and learn why comics are relevant to Vermonters and beyond.

Comics in World History and Cultures in text over a collage of comic book illustrations
Live Event

Comics in World History and Cultures

A whirlwind tour of comics around the world and throughout human history! Join award-winning cartoonist and educator Marek Bennett (M.Ed.) as we explore and explain comics from many corners of the globe — with special attention to how people use sequential visual narratives to share ideas, information, and meaning.

Vermont Humanities*** August 26, 2022