Literary North, or How I Discovered That Margaret Atwood . . .
Are you a reader? Or maybe a writer?
A request from Literary North came in over the electronic transom, asking if I would help to spread the word about the following upcoming event for readers and writers on November 3 in White River Junction VT.
From Literary North’s Poetry and Pie at Sweetland Farms. Photo by EM Reynolds, courtesy of Literary North
Literary North is a two-woman operation dedicated to the written word in Vermont and New Hampshire. It holds some events of its own, like the upcoming Writers’ Process Night, and has co-sponsored readings at and with local bookstores, libraries, and JAG Productions. Last year, it held an event called Poetry and Pie. (Once again, I admire their pastry themes.) They are gearing up for the 2019 Slow Book Club, a meeting-free endeavor that involves, well . . . , just reading.
Not kidding about the pies. Imagine the upcoming biscuit bar . . . Photo by EM Reynolds, courtesy of Literary North
Best of all may be their website’s calendar, which lists all things bookish: readings, workshops, festivals, lectures throughout New Hampshire and Vermont, with an ability to filter for just those events located in the Upper Valley.
It’s how I discovered that author Margaret Atwood (The Handmaid’s Tale) will be speaking at Dartmouth’s Spaulding Auditorium in April 2019. Save me a seat.
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