Susan B. Apel’s personal essays and creative nonfiction have appeared in Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Image Magazine, Siren Literary Magazine, The Woven Tale Press, Dartmouth Medicine, InTravel, American Vignette, ShriverReport.org, and the cultural journal, Rhizomes. Her latest piece of flash fiction, “On Not Teaching in the Fall,” has been published in the autumn issue of The Vignette Review. She is a professor of law at Vermont Law School and adjunct professor at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. She is known for her work in legal education, family law, women and the law, and reproductive technologies. Her scholarly work has appeared in numerous legal and interdisciplinary journals, reviews and anthologies, as well as in the Bioethics Forum of the Hastings Center. She has been a featured guest contributor to Gender and the Law Blog, and has her own blog, A Woman of a Certain Age, www.turning60blog.wordpress.com. She currently lives in Lebanon, NH.
My friend and colleague and Upper Valley author, Michele Campbell, is launching a new psychological thriller–a genre called domestic noir. Read about it here and look for a reading at The Norwich Bookstore (reservations recommended) soon.
Arriving at Central Park on a Saturday morning’s walk felt like coming home as I spied the gold of Saint-Gaudens’ statue of General Sherman. Almost like bumping into a neighbor from the UV. Here is what I found of public art there. Link is below. Please read and share!
On the one occasion when my dad was able to visit me here in the Upper Valley, the thing that most impressed him was Dan and Whit’s store in Norwich VT. He talked about it for years afterwards. Here is a story about how they are helping to raise money for local nonprofits.