Rachel Elizabeth Jones
Rachel Elizabeth Jones

Rachel Elizabeth Jones

Rachel is an arts staff writer at Seven Days. She writes from the intersections of art, visual culture and anthropology, and has contributed to The New Inquiry, The LA Review of Books and Artforum, among other publications.

Recent Stories

  • Eternal Winter: How Vermont Photographer "Snowflake" Bentley Got His Nickname
  • Eternal Winter: How Vermont Photographer "Snowflake" Bentley Got His Nickname

    Vermont is, of course, known for its snow. The white, fluffy stuff is beloved by skiers and landscape painters alike, each year turning the Green Mountain State into a winter wonderland. While we tend to think of snow in its accumulated form, one Vermonter made his name by getting very, very close to the singular crystals: Wilson "Snowflake" Bentley of Jericho, a 19th-century farmer-turned-photographer credited with the discovery that no two snowflakes are alike.

  • Short Takes on Five Vermont Books
  • Short Takes on Five Vermont Books

    Seven Days writers can't possibly read, much less review, all the books that arrive in a steady stream by post, email and, in one…
  • Jay Craven Describes His Film 'Wetware,' Screening This Week
  • Jay Craven Talks 'Wetware'

    On Saturday, September 22, in Burlington, Vermont filmmaker Jay Craven offers two preview screenings of Wetware, his 10th feature. Craven is well known for his…

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