Planned virtual event. We may opt to hold this as a public event, if the circumstances prove to be safe enough to do so. We would contact you via your signup email to let you know.
Tuesday, Aug 10, 7 p.m.
Nancy Hayes Kilgore, winner of the Vermont Writers Prize, author of two previous novels, Wild Mountain and Sea Level, presents her new novel, Bitter Magic, based on the life of Isobel Gowdie, who confessed to witchcraft in Scotland in 1662. During this time, witches were burned at the stake, but the historical record is inconclusive about what actually happened to Gowdie. Kilgore’s story springs from that silence to imagine what Gowdie’s fate might have been.
Link to purhcase BITTER MAGIC below.