The Book Authors



Publisher & Educator

Andy Burrows came to Brattleboro in 1966, joining Stephen and Janet Greene as Managing Editor of The Stephen Greene Press. During five years with the Greenes, he handled book production and consulted on editing, book sales, advertising, and book design. He left to get his masters in teaching ESL at SIT. After teaching ESL and […]

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Letterpress Printer & Binder

In 1977, while living in Boston, Julia Ferrari met her future partner, poet Dan Carr, and began a 39 year journey into letterpress printing, bookbinding, and design. They started making editions of poetry chapbooks within the small press movement as the Four Zoas Press, and later, Four Zoas Night House Ltd. before starting Golgonooza Letter […]

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Journalist & Marketer

Jackie Patterson Hooper spent half of her career as a newspaper reporter in suburban Chicago, New Hampshire, and Vermont. During the early 1990s she was a reporter at The Brattleboro Reformer. For the past 20 years, she was involved in marketing the performing and visual arts and continuing education at Keene State College. She holds […]

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Printer

John Rice Hooper was born with printers ink in his veins. Son of John S. and Marion Rice Hooper (Stephen Daye Press and the Reformer) and grandson of Howard C. Rice, (founder of the Reformer in 1913) he, too entered the printing and publishing business. His newspaper career spanned 35 years, and he retired in […]

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Writer & Editor

Judy Ashkenaz has worked in the printing and publishing industry since 1971, starting as a typesetter and later shifting to editorial work, including a stint as manager of editorial services at Stratford Publishing Services and, before that, as proprietor of an editorial-services company in Brattleboro. Since 2005 she has been an editor in psychology at […]

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