There's a Witch In My Sock Drawer: Story Time with Thea Lewis

Calling all kids! Join us for a special Halloween story time on Zoom. Costumes are encouraged, but not required.

Lucy's got a messy room, and a big problem! 

Can an unexpected houseguest whip up enough magic to help her solve it in time for Halloween? 

In her book, There’s A Witch In My Sock Drawer! author Thea Lewis, Vermont’s Queen of Halloween, conjures up spooky fun while unraveling the eternal mystery of our misplaced socks. 

Do I Know You? Sarah Strohmeyer in conversation with Sarah Stewart Taylor

Please join us to celebrate the release of Sarah Strohmeyer's new novel, Do I Know You?, a lightning-paced psychological thriller about two women, a tragedy that connects them as teenagers, and the terrible reckoning that will decide their fates a decade later. Sarah will be in conversation with fellow Vermont author Sarah Stewart Taylor.

“A fabulous read packed with suspense, unexpected twists, glamour and humor. Prepare to be gripped from the first to the last page!” —Liane Moriarty 

Katharine Blake in conversation with Robert L. Sand - The Uninnocent: Notes on Violence and Mercy

Join us as we welcome author Katharine Blake for a discussion of her new book The Uninnocent: Notes on Violence and Mercy, a harrowing intellectual reckoning with crime, mercy, justice and heartbreak through the lens of a murder. Katharine will be in conversation with Robert L. Sand, the Founding Director of the Vermont Law School Center for Justice Reform.

Kimberly Harrington in conversation with Kate Baer: But You Seemed So Happy

Please join us for the virtual launch celebration of Kimberly Harrington's new collection of essays But You Seemed So Happy: A Marriage, in Pieces and Bits, a tender, funny, and sharp companion to her acclaimed memoir-in-essays Amateur Hour, that explores and confronts marriage, divorce, and the ways love, loss, and longing shape a life.  Kimberly will be in conversation with Kate Baer.