On June 22, 2022

Bookstock takes over Woodstock

June 24-26—WOODSTOCK— Bookstock, “the premier literary festival with a boutique feel and a big heart” will take over downtown Woodstock this weekend showcasing literary luminaries and cross-cultural voices, including Pulitzer Prize winners, poets laureate, National Book Award winners, plus debut and best-selling authors from Vermont and beyond. Features a huge sale of used, rare, and vintage books, along with author book signings, live music, food and entertainment all on The Green in the center of the village.

It’s free, walkable, and fun for all ages.

Bookstock supports the cultural richness and diversity of Vermont and New England. The region is home to many talented writers representing diverse genres, from national poets laureate and Pulitzer Prize winners to emerging writers of all ages. Bookstock encourages appreciation for good writing and other artistic endeavors by introducing residents and visitors of all ages to writers, musicians and artists in an intimate setting.

Authors this year include: Valerie Plame, Bruce Coffin, Flynn Berry, Archer Mayor, Sarah Stewart Taylor, Katherine Paterson, Toufah Jallow Joseph Ellis, Mary Ruefle, Chard deNiord, Katie Crouch and Ayad Akhtar.

For more information visit: bookstockvt.org

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