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The Storyteller's Spell: Vermont Folklife Center to Publish 'Turner Family Stories' 

Published June 30, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.

Learn more about Turner Family Stories: From Enslavement in Virginia to Freedom in Vermont at vermontfolklifecenter.org.

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Dan Bolles

Dan Bolles

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Dan Bolles is Seven Days' assistant arts editor and also edits What's Good, the annual city guide to Burlington. He has received numerous state, regional and national awards for his coverage of the arts, music, sports and culture. He loves dogs, dark beer and the Boston Red Sox.
Ezra Veitch

Ezra Veitch

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Ezra Veitch is the son of Vermont cartoonist laureate Rick Veitch. Raised on a steady diet of comic books and graphic novels, Ezra patiently found his way to the comic book medium via a fine arts education and his own ventures into self-publishing. He contributed to The Most Costly Journey: Stories of Migrant Farmworkers in Vermont, Drawn by New England Cartoonists. His fantasy-based series, The Chronicles of Templar, is currently on hiatus. He's looking forward to making some new content for release in 2023 and going to some local conventions.

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