Deans says there's been a political assault on the country's environment, most
dramatically seen in the last couple of years. Deans writes about his concerns in a new book
called "Reckless: The Political Assault on the American Environment."
The non-profit group Next Stage Art Project is aiming to bring notable artists to a new performance space in Putney Village. This weekend, the group's inaugural benefit will feature author Bob Morris, a frequent contributor to the New York Times and author of "Assisted Loving - True Tales of Double-Dating With My Dad".
Imagine you're taking the ferry across Lake Champlain, and you're the only person who sees a child falling
overboard. That's the scenario that
opens "Learning To Swim", a debut novel by Vermont author Sara J. Henry.
In the book "Going
Abroad-Traveling Like An Anthropologist", UVM Professor Robert Gordon argues that the experience of
seeing the world can be enhanced by good preparation, meaningful interaction
with the locals and a healthy disregard for the tourism industry.
Bill Haugland spent 29 years as the evening
news anchor at CFCF, Montreal's largest English-language television station. Now three years into his
retirement, Haugland has written his first book, a crime drama called "Mobile