A Reading with Three Vermont Authors: Castle Freeman Jr., Kathryn Kramer, and Rebecca Starks
Open to the Public
New England Review’s Vermont Reading Series presents three writers in three genres: Castle Freeman Jr., Kathryn Kramer, and Rebecca Starks will read from their fiction, memoir, and poetry, respectively. Light refreshments will be served. Books, cocktails, and other beverages will be available to purchase.
Castle Freeman Jr. is a longtime contributor of short fiction to NER, most recently with “Squirrel Trouble at Uplands” (2015). His new novel, The Devil in the Valley, was just released from Overlook Press. He’s the author of four other novels, including All That I Have and Go With Me (coming as a film starring Anthony Hopkins and Julia Stiles), two collections of short stories, and many essays and other nonfiction.
Kathryn Kramer is the author of the recently published memoir Missing History: The Covert Education of a Child of the Great Books. She has also published the novels A Handbook for Visitors from Outer Space, Rattlesnake Farming, and Sweet Water. Her recent essays have appeared in New England Review and she teaches at Middlebury College.
Rebecca Starks’s poems have appeared in Crab Orchard Review, Slice Magazine, Carolina Quarterly, Raintown Review, and elsewhere. She edits Mud Season Review and teaches literature courses for the Osher Institute of Lifelong Learning program at the University of Vermont.
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