(Host) In the new collection of essays “A View From Vermont,” author Helen Husher gives the reader a fresh interpretation of everyday life in Vermont. Husher writes about topics familiar to Vermonters, such as mud season, how to care for your tractor, and the pleasure of reading the local police blotter. At the same time, Husher punctures the quaint stereotypes so often associated with the state, and explores the unique relationship between individuality and community.
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“A View From Vermont” is published by the Globe Pequot Press. Husher is appearing at Barnes and Noble Bookstore in South Burlington, Monday evening at 7.