the Mad River Valley rocks and writes !
Grace Potter & the Nocturnals Elizabeth VonTrapp
Yes we have Win Smith’s book, Catching Lightning in a Bottle
Yes, we have Janet Hubbard’s new book Bordeaux.
Yes, we have Mary Kerr’s Mountain Love Affair (Mad River Glen)
Yes, we have Peter Miller’s newest Vermont People, titled A Lifetime of Vermont People.
Yes, Hilferties. Yes, Bob Lisaius. Yes, Ann Day. Yes, Kate Hosford.
Yes, James Tabor. Yes, the late Jim Martin.
Yes, Erin Moulton (who used to work at the Tempest)
Yes, lots more local authors.
Jim and Ellie Hilferty
Howard Frank Mosher
Eric Nuse and Megan Price
Patricia Chase Allen
Sally “Bubbles” Strohmeier
Rudyard Kipling- Yes- Kipling lived in Dummerston Vermont 1992-1895 and wrote Jungle Book and Captains Courageous then, as well as other work. His home there which he named Naulahka is open to the public. The name is the title of his first novel, Naulahka A Story of East and West. West refers to Colorado and East to India in that book.
Sort of Local Authors
Banjo Dan Lindner
Back Porch Boys