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Vermont Author Gary Miller: Reading & Book Signing at Brooks Library


On Monday, December 1 at 7 pm, the Library will host a reading and book signing for Vermont author Gary Lee Miller’s short story collection Museum of the Americas. The event will be in the Meeting Room on the Library's 2nd Floor, and is free and open to the public.

Praised by Vermont Poet Laureate Sydney Lea as “art in its truest sense,” as well as in Seven Days and on WDEV Radio’s Mark Johnson Show, Miller’s debut collection explores the mysteries of the past—and of the human heart. Miller is well known in Vermont as the co-producer of the documentary films Rookies at the Road, which tells the story of Barre’s Thunder Road racetrack, and Act of Faith, which explores the making of the Jay Craven feature film Disappearances.

He also works as a music writer for Burlington’s Seven Days arts and newspaper. The event will feature readings from Museum of the Americas as well as a question and answer session with the author covering topics including “the stories behind the stories,” writing techniques, and how to get your book published. It’s sure to be a hit with fans of great fiction and aspiring authors alike.

To learn more about Museum of the Americas or to arrange an interview or event with Gary Lee Miller, visit garyleemiller.com, call 802.279.7861, or email garygmiller@mac.com. Location Meeting Room, 2nd Floor. For more information contact Brooks Library by phone at 802-254-5290 ext 0, by email at info@brookslibraryvt.org, or on the web at brookslibraryvt.org. Brooks Memorial Library, 224 Main Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301

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