Two interviews from the archives - with our old music! - with Vermont author and editor Angela Palm and Vermont poet Malisa Garlieb. Angela Palm's collection Riverine: A Memoir from Anywhere but Here won the Graywolf nonfiction award, was an Oprah.com pick for "Powerful Memoirs by Powerful Women," an Indie Next List pick, and A Kirkus Best Book in 2016. Poet Malisa Garlieb's work has appeared in Qu, RHINO Poetry, Rust + Moth, Rathalla Review, Tar River Poetry, Calyx, Painted Bride Quarterly, So to Speak, Gyroscope Review, Cold Lake Anthology and many many more. Her poetry collection, Handing Out Apples in Eden., was published in 2014 by Wind Ridge Books of Vermont.
This week's Write the Book Prompt, as we approach Banned Books Week is to buy, read, and write about a banned book and the effects of book banning.
Good luck with your work in the coming week, and tune in next week for another prompt or suggestion.