Four Summer Evenings with Nationally Known Authors
Presented by the Warner Historical Society
Warner Town Hall, 5 East Main Street
7:00 p.m. Tickets $10 each or 4 for $32.00
Available at MainStreet BookEnds
We are pleased to once again be the booksellers for The Tory Hill Authors Series, sponsored by the Warner Historical Society. It is an annual summer event showcasing locally and nationally known authors reading and talking about their books and personal experiences. Each event in the series is followed by a dessert reception with live music, a book signing and an opportunity to meet with the author.
Peter Miller - Saturday, August 24 @ 7 pm
He was an assistant for the Canadian photographer Yousuf Karsh while he photographed art celebrities in Europe. He has been a Signal Corps photographer stationed in Paris, a reporter for Life Magazine, a ski editor and author of many magazine articles for national publications, a stock photographer but most of all he has documented the life in Vermont.
Peter lives next to Ben & Jerrys in Colbyville, Vermont, a small hamlet of Waterbury. He has won many awards for his books and his photographs have been solo exhibited in New York City, Oklahoma, Boston, Tokyo and Japan.
Excerpt from a speech by Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy on the Senate floor:
A Lifetime of Vermont People, is another testament to his tenacity and tact as a Vermonter. A product of over a year’s worth of photography, fundraising, and self-publishing, this book is truly a labor of love. His addition of background stories helps provide greater insight and meaning to the photographs included and through his photography and the recent addition of writing to his repertoire, he gives a face, and a voice, to Vermonters.