Print Town



Photographer

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Ezra Distler has been a photographer since the age of nine. After attending a professional school for photography in 2004, he has pursued photography as a career. A portion of his ongoing work on the Brattleboro Faces Project, which seeks to present a broad range of portraits of Brattleboro residents, was shown at the Vermont […]

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Printing

Bill Soucy has worked in the printing industry for nearly sixty years, in various capacities, for a number of companies, including Hildreth Press, Vermont Printing, and The Book Press. He has a keen interest in the history of the graphic arts and its tools. Bill is on the board of directors for the Museum of […]

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Writer, co-owner MuseArts, Inc.

Lise LePage first became involved in citizen journalism when she founded a neighborhood “newspaper” at the age of nine. Thirty years later, she co-founded iBrattleboro.com, where she’s both technical manager and a frequent contributor. LePage also blogs on a variety of topics, including history, politics, and indie rock. She is co-owner of MuseArts, Inc., a […]

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Creative Director and Designer, MuseArts, Inc.

Christopher Grotke grew up in newsrooms—his mother was a longtime newspaper reporter. A co-founder of iBrattleboro.com, he’s responsible for the day-to-day site moderation and maintenance and is a regular contributor, reporting primarily on the Brattleboro selectboard as well as town history. He’s been an advocate for citizen media since running the public-access media-arts program at […]

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John Dimick

Artist

A native Vermonter, John Dimick graduated from the University of Vermont in 1971 and went on to teach special education, industrial arts, and middle school technology education for thirty-seven years in Brattleboro. He has enjoyed drawing all of his life, and when he retired from teaching in 2009 he started working in watercolors. A member […]

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Stu Copans

Author, Artist, and Child Psychiatrist

Stuart Copans is a child psychiatrist, cartoonist, paper cutter, pataphysician, mail artist, writer, and illustrator, and is the publisher of many small books by La Pauvre Presse. He has also written and illustrated books published by Stephen Greene, Oxford University Press, St. Martins, Mosby, McGraw-Hill, and John Wiley & Sons. He worked at the Brattleboro […]

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Christina Gibbons

Writer

Christina Gibbons has been a reader and writer all her life. She has published an article on Mary Tyler and two books: The Language of Comics (co-edited with Robin Varnum) and The Stories Behind the Masks, tales for young children. She has led many classes and workshops on writing, has lectured on the history of […]

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Castle Freeman

Author

Castle Freeman, Jr., was born in Texas, raised and educated in Chicago, New York, and Philadelphia. He came to southeastern Vermont with his wife, Alice, on a whim and is still here 45 years later. He is the author of seven novels, something like eighty short stories, two story collections, and more than 100 essays, […]

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Marshall Brooks

Writer

Marshall Brooks is the author of several books, among them Paperback Island and Onetime Meetings. He is the proprietor of Arts End Books, a literary arts press, which has featured the lost writings of printer, typophile, and Time Life journalist Sherry Mangan, among others. Brooks owns five printing presses, including a Washington-style iron hand press […]

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Richard Wizansky

Writer

Richard Wizansky is a founder of Total Loss Farm and has lived in Guilford since 1968. In addition to authoring essays, reviews, and poems, Wizansky edited and contributed to Home Comfort: Life on Total Loss Farm, a 1973 Book of the Month Club selection, and, with Joan Moody, edited Earthwork: A Resource Guide to Nationwide […]

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