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Bill Mares
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WILMINGTON- Join Bartleby’s Books on Saturday, February 3, at 4 pm for an event with Bill Mares, editor of “The Full Vermonty: Vermont in the Age of Trump.” Mares will read from the book, answer questions from the audience, and sign copies of the book. This event is part of the Apres-Ski After 3 program on Saturdays in February.

“The Full Vermonty” is a humorous look at some Vermonters’ responses to President Trump in the White House. With more than 20 collaborators on the project, “The Full Vermonty” has assembled a first-rate “posse” of Vermont writers, cartoonists, and politicians to add their intelligence and wit to the momentous task of standing up for our rights and protecting our natural resources under the Trump administration. In addition, the book has quizzes, quotations, escape literature, a Vermont tool box, and more, all the things necessary to flesh out this thump to The Trump.

Raised in Texas, educated at Harvard, Mares has been a journalist, a high school teacher, and a member of the Vermont House of Representatives. He has authored or co-authored 15 books on subjects ranging from the Marine Corps to workplace democracy to presidential fishing, plus four books of humor with Prof. Frank Bryan, including the best-seller, “Real Vermonters Don’t Milk Goats.” His hobbies include running, beekeeping, singing, and fly-fishing. He lives in Burlington with his wife of 45 years, Chris Hadsel. They have two sons.

For more information please contact the store at (802)464-5425, bartbook@sover.net or visit myvermontbookstore.com. Bartleby’s Books is located at 17 West Main Street and is open daily, 10 am until 6 pm.
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