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From Walden to Walden North: Reading, Writing, and Publishing Vermont

RoadWaldenNorthCoverMKTRooted in a Thoreauvian sense of Place, a new literary movement is sweeping Vermont. From Walden to Walden North, Vermont, localvores have shifted their focus from eating to reading, writing, and publishing! We are thrilled to be a big part of this movement. Our recent NEK (Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom) book tour was a great success—there is a lot of interest in our new publishing company. As publishers in a global market, we mediate between the great world and the place we call home. We look for the genius loci, the “spirit of place,” in selecting our titles and partnering with our authors and readers.

Locally, Vermonters are unearthing what was once “concealed”—to borrow Thoreau’s words—in their “haze-filled valleys” and mountainside farms to share with readers “their Waldens” in poetry, stories, and novels.

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Summer Is Upon Us & Some Exciting News

IMG_1860.JPGWith summer finally here, we can all let out a collective sigh of relief, but I am doing some stacking of wood for next winter at my home office, so there is always the “Winter Ready” — to paraphrase our very own poet, Leland Kinsey’s new book title — work that has to be done, especially in Vermont with our longer winters… But that brings me to the next thing: winter, seasons, climate crisis, and building awareness.

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