Annie Kim reading poems from "Into the Cyclorama," winner of the Michael Waters Poetry Prize and finalist for the 2016 Foreword INDIE Poetry Book of the Year.  As poet David Baker writes: "Kim’s complex narrative skill depicts a self, a family, and the myriad 'hidden strings' of cultural identity formed by this poet’s panoramic and symphonic sense of history."

Robin MacArthur reading from her most recent collection of short stories, "Half Wild," in which MacArthur gives voice to the dreams, hungers, and fears of a diverse cast of Vermonters

Russell C. Leong, reads from his newest visual work: MothSutra, a meditation on New York's Asian fast food delivery men, the reading is accompanied by Leong's visual images that are part of the book and with ethereal and contemplative guitar accompaniment provided by Gary Vu.

Russell C. Leong, reads from his newest visual work: MothSutra, a meditation on New York's Asian fast food delivery men, the reading is accompanied by Leong's visual images that are part of the book and with ethereal and contemplative guitar accompaniment provided by Gary Vu.

Didi Jackson, professor of Poetry and the Visual Arts, 20th c. Poetry of War and Witness, and Creative Writing at the University of Vermont, reads selections of her poetry.

Major Jackson, award winning author of four collections of poetry and Professor at the University of Vermont, reads selections from his poetry, both recent and past.