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Genese Grill is a writer of essays, a German scholar and translator, a book artist, and a cultural conspirator who believes in existential, aesthetic materialism. http://genesegrill.blogspot.com
Eileen Andreoli is a longtime Winooski resident who is actively opposing the F35 basing in Vermont that will render over half of the entire city of Winooski unlivable.
Ibnar is an artist and activist, who worked on the Vermont Sail Freight Project before devoting all of his time to community activism and social health work. He has been working to address city-wide concerns over public process, sustainable development, and environmental issues, attending city meetings, group and coalition meetings, one-on-one conversations with stake holders and experts in the city. Familiar with complex and obscure material by talking with zoning experts, architects, storm water managers, ecological designers, transportation planners, agricultural coordinators, and experts on public processes and planning. He has worked in individual groups for specific causes, but has also been working to ally the disparate groups in the city to work on shared concerns and causes. Ibnar is also self deployed as a Resident Support Specialist at Soteria House, a residence for folks having an early experience of psychosis that facilitates recovery by “being with” individuals.
Kathryn Barush teaches art history and religion in Berkeley, CA.
Born in Kansas, hung out in Midwest until college, long hair, boots and jean skirts were her attire when she moved to a ranch in Colorado with her “true love”. Well that lasted less than a year, and she scooted out, leaving him in a sea of mud, after he pushed her car out of a ditch. And headed East. Vermont beckoned. Since 1973, when she started her pro photo biz with Don Hanson, she’s been pleasantly “stuck in Vermont,” trying to keep politicians in town on a road to somewhere she thinks is honest for Burlington’s growth.
Debbie Bookchin is a journalist, author, and former press secretary to U.S. Congressman Bernie Sanders. She has published in The Nation, Atlantic Monthly, and many other venues, and recently coedited a new book of essays by her father, Murray Bookchin, called The Next Revolution: Popular Assemblies and the Promise of Direct Democracy.
Murray Bookchin (January 14, 1921 – July 30, 2006) was an author, orator, historian, and political theorist. A pioneer in the ecology movement, Bookchin initiated the critical theory of social ecology and a political theory called Libertarian Municipalism, based on popular assemblies and direct democracy.
Antonello Borra is a poet, translator, and professor.
From the belly of another beast, Breiner contemplates Burlington…
Stephen Callahan pursues a utopian dream for a more aesthetic America . As both a philosopher and an idealist, he is one of those most dangerous radical extremists who insist on transfiguration through the truth.
Brother Michael Carter
Brother Michael, a member of the Society of St. Edmund, lives and teaches at St. Michael’s College.
Craig Chalone works as a library worker and has been a musician for 49 years.
Infinite is a lifetime disciple of Laura Fishman, Will Miller, Joan Smith, L.J. Palardy, and Andy “A-Dog” Williams.
Marie Davis is an artist working in Burlington’s South End Arts District.
Trish Denton is an educator, performing artist and director.
Janifer is a writer or essays and fiction.
Marc Estrin is a writer and political activist.
Emer Pond Feeney is a library worker, writer, and mother. She and her partner live in the New North End with four indoor, domesticated cats, two outdoor, feral cats, and two mysterious teenagers.
Henry Finch is a poet.
Pete Garitano moved to Vermont to raise a few children, and met other people who did not believe everything they were told. He is a small-time farmer, challenging the wisdom of those who run the world.
Diane Elliott Gayer is an architect by training, an ecologist by nature, and a problem-solver by instinct. Her ongoing exploration in the world is a designing, writing, seeing practice in holistic being.
A. grew up in Vermont. She currently lives in Boston, where she works for a prominent University and a not-so-prominent arts organization dedicated to public art as a vehicle for social change.
Ellyn Gaydos is a non-fiction writer and a farmer living in upstate New York.
Neil Grill was a professor of English in the Bronx for 35 years, is now a psychoanalyst, and is also the editor’s father.
Kenneth E. Harrison, Jr. once flourished on Peru Street.
Dan Higgins is a photographer living in Vermont.
Samuel Hughes is a poet and essayist who lives in Burlington, Vermont.
Genevieve Jacobs does her best to invigorate the generous branching of dendritic arbors, as a professor, psychotherapist, and bricoleur in Burlington VT.
Richard Joseph is an artist and a member of the Stop the F-35 Coalition in Winooski.
Seth Kanor is the author of Indian Leap, a novel.
Sir Feminist Killjoy
Sir Feminist Killjoy writes, makes art, and thinks somewhere in the deep corners of elsewhere.
Michael Long is a teacher of English and environmentalism who served on Burlington’s Zoning and Development Review boards for more than a decade. His special interest is protecting watersheds and water quality.
Andrew sees the beauty in math, the math in music, and the music in efficient systems of organization.
Rebecca Mack, Julie Montera and Miranda Paquette
Rebecca, Julie, and Miranda work passionately with science, art, and children at Burlington Children’s Space.
Jamie MacKinnon is a logger who loves the earth.
Lisa Marchetti enjoys living in the outdoors.
Frank Martyr is prepping for the apocalypse.
Barbara Bordwell McGrew, M.A., M.S. O.D., is a retired education union organizer, organizational development consultant, Burlington College film instructor, now a film producer, community activist and downtown resident.
Clark Moore is interested; join him for a Cognac…
Amey is a graphic designer and proud tree-hugger.
Erik Rehman lives between a confluence and a gap, walking the paths that bridge listening and responsivity.
Dharman (formerly Bob) Rice studies the history of ideas and practices Zen Buddhism.
Michelle Sayles is a political cartoonist.
Matt Schlein, a NY transplant, has lived in Vermont for the last twenty-four years, working in the public schools. Over the last seventeen he has served as founder and director of both the Walden Project and The Willowell foundation.
Andrew Simon is devoted grandparent and activist.
A social justice activist, Charles Simpson taught sociology at SUNY Plattsburgh where he co-directed their Southern Mexico Program. He’s now active with the Burlington Free University, an on-air discussion group archived on Channel 17.
Sean Stone studies antiquities.
Shay Totten is a writer who lives in Burlington’s Old North End.
Fay Webern is the author of The Button Thief of East 14th-Street, a memoir about growing up in Lavenburg Homes, the first experimental utopian housing community in America for low-income families.
Jamie Williamson imparts knowledge at the Seat of Learning.