The Priest

Bill H Schubart (Author) Madeleine Stone (Editor)
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Product Details

Price
$15.00  $13.80
Publisher
Magic Hill Press LLC
Publish Date
January 02, 2019
Pages
170
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.39 X 9.0 inches | 0.57 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780989712187
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About the Author

Bill Schubart has lived with his family in Vermont since 1947. Educated locally and at Exeter, Kenyon, and the University of Vermont. He is fluent in French language and culture, which he taught before entering communications as an entrepreneur. He co-founded Philo Records and is the author of the highly successful Lamoille Stories (2008), a collection of Vermont tales. His bibliography includes three short story collections and four novels. His latest novel Lila & Theron is distributed by Simon and Schuster recently won a Benjamin Franklin Silver Award at the Independent Book Publishers for popular fiction. He has served on many boards and currently chairs the Vermont College of Fine Arts, known for its writing programs. He speaks extensively on the media and the arts, and writes about Vermont in fiction, humor, and opinion pieces. He is also a regular public radio commentator and blogger. He is the great, great nephew of the renowned photographer Alfred Stieglitz and lives in Vermont, with his wife Katherine, also a writer.

Reviews

"I can't tell you how much I love, I Am Baybie. It goes right to the heart of our humanity. Baybie is a magnificent character, with a voice for the ages. She makes me proud to be a human being." - Howard Frank Mosher

"I got to read Lila & Theron (in Vermont of course!)​ Wonderful - tears in my eyes with the ending. Your artistry is superb." - Your old friend, Pat Leahy

(Lila & Theron) "In a time all too rich with bombast and noise, Bill Schubart gives us a quiet tale of love, commitment, and utterly human interdependence - at once hard and graceful, plainspoken and eloquent...a romance that sidesteps shopworn clichΓ©s for sometimes painful truths and leaves the reader moved, thoughtful, and mourning for the rarity of such honesty." - Archer Mayor

"Panhead, like Schubart's previous books - The Lamoille Stories and Fat People - is suffused with humor, humanity, and most of all insight. Schubart has taken his native Vermont and transformed it into a meditation on the human condition."

- Ernest Hebert