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The Glory of the Kings, a novel by Dan Close

  ** WINNER OF THE MARIA THOMAS PRIZE FOR FICTION 2014, from Peace Corps Writers ** Set in Ethiopia, late 19th Century during the reign of Menelik II — the Battle of Adua draws our young heroes Chala and Bedane … Continue reading

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On Schillhammer Road: The Life of a Botanist

On Schillhammer Road: the life of a botanist, by Hubert W. Vogelmann, The Tamarac Press, 2011. ISBN: 978-0-9706620-3-3 Available August 28, at bookstores and online. Edited by Pat Goudey O’Brien. Based on a collection of essays and reminiscences by retired … Continue reading

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A Year on the Bus

Here’s a fun, funny and provocative collection of thoughts and stories reflecting the lives of contemporary school students from kindergarten to 12th grade who live in the rolling hill country of northern Vermont. Continue reading

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What The Abenaki Say About Dogs … and other poems and stories of Lake Champlain

What The Abenaki Say About Dogs … and other poems and stories of Lake Champlain, by Dan Close, The Tamarac Press, 2009. Cover illustration and design by Jenn Salmon. A book of poems and stories about the history and lore … Continue reading

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The Carnie Kid Tells All

The Carnie Kid tells all, by Ilan Fisher, The Tamarac Press, 2002. Cover design by Jonathan Draudt from original photo by the author. Pat Goudey O’Brien editor, book designer, and publisher. Visit the town of Sharon, Massachusetts, and see its … Continue reading

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