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Interview from the archives with New Hampshire writer Toby Ball, about his first novel, The Vaults, published by St. Martin's Press. He has since published another novel, Scorch City, also published by St. Martin's.

Toby Ball's novels take place in the same unnamed dystopian city, though during different time periods. This week's Write the Book Prompt is to try your hand at writing a story, poem, or scene that has to do with a dystopian community. You can read more about what a dystopian society might encompass on Wikipedia.

Good luck with this prompt and please listen next week for another.

Excerpt of The Vaults read with permission from St. Martin's Press, a division of MacMillan.

Music credits: 1) “Dreaming 1″ - John Fink; 2) “Filter” - Dorset Greens (a Vermont band featuring several South Burlington High School students).

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Interview from the archives with Vermont Poet Pamela Harrison, author of the collections, Out of Silence and What To Make of It.

Given that Easter is this coming Sunday, and Passover begins tomorrow, this week's Write the Book Prompt is to write about a spring holiday memory or event. 

Good luck with this prompt and please listen next week for another.

Music credits: 1) “Dreaming 1″ - John Fink; 2) “Filter” - Dorset Greens (a Vermont band featuring several South Burlington High School students.

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Interview from the archives with Vermont Mathematician, Professor and Author Joseph Mazur.


This week's Write The Book Prompt is to write about a gambling experience in which the goals of your main character have changed by the time he or she wins or loses. 

Good luck with this exercise and please listen next week for another.

Music credits: 1) “Dreaming 1″ - John Fink; 2) “Filter” - Dorset Greens (a Vermont band featuring several South Burlington High School students.

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