Stephen Kiernan, Chloë Joan López, Daniel Lusk, and Neil Shepard read from their work on Thursday, January 19 (2012), 7 p.m. at Carol’s Hungry Mind Cafe, 24 Merchants Row, Middlebury, with support from the Vermont Book Shop and Middlebury Community Television
Stephen Kiernan (Charlotte) is the author of Authentic Patriotism: Restoring America’s Founding Ideals Through Selfless Action (2010) and Last Rights: Rescuing the End of Life from the Medical System (2006). He is Board Chairman of the Young Writers Project and has just completed a novel.
Chloë Joan López (Colchester) is a poet and recent convert to the writing of fiction. Her poetry has appeared in Mississippi Review, St. Petersburg Review, DIAGRAM, and other journals, and her chapbook, Quodlibet, was published by New Michigan Press in 2009.
Daniel Lusk (Burlington) is a senior lecturer at the University of Vermont. His poetry has been collected in several volumes, including Kissing the Ground (1999) and, most recently, Lake Studies: Meditations on Lake Champlain (2011).
Neil Shepard (Johnson) is the founder and senior editor of Green Mountains Review. His poetry has been collected in four volumes, most recently (T)ravel/Un(t)ravel (2011) and Vermont Exit Ramps (forthcoming in 2012).