Poetry Review: “Field Music” — Lyrical Visions of Hardscrabble Vermont

December 16, 2020
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The voice in Field Music is disciplined, its cagey earthiness unfailingly engaging our attention.

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Visual Arts Review: An Indelible Sense of Vermont — The Photographs of Nathan Benn

February 4, 2015
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Nathan Benn’s gorgeous color photographs paint a complex vision of Vermont as a place of constancy and change.

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Arts Remembrance: Galway Kinnell — “The Cadence of Vanishing”

November 1, 2014
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Galway Kinnell served as the Poet Laureate of Vermont and penned a number of poems, which often took the form of pastoral ramblings, that celebrated his appreciation of the rural life.

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Commentary: “Deluge” — How Vermont Survived Tropical Storm Irene

September 4, 2013
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I fully support the themes that Peggy Shinn explores, articulated in Deluge’s subtitle: this one small state did save itself.

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