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when Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Philip Levine shares his working-class American portraits at the Centre Congregational Church.The event will continue Sunday before concluding at 5 p.m.with Massachusetts biographer Paul Mariani, winner of the 2009 John Ciardi Lifetime Achievement Award for Poetry, speaking at Brooks Memorial Library about his new biography of one of the Victorian era’s greatest poets, Jesuit priest Gerard Manley Hopkins.The weekend also will feature such novelists as Julia Glass, whose “Three Junes” won the National Book Award; fellow Massachusetts author Tom Perrotta, who wrote the books that inspired the films “Election” and “Little Children”; and David Ebershoff, who teaches at New York’s Columbia University yet won True West magazine’s title “Best Western Fiction Writer of 2009.” Poets will include Utah poet laureate Katharine Coles, former Maine poet laureate Baron Wormser and former Maryland poet laureate Michael Collier, who’s now director of the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference.The name pangolin comes from the Malay word pengguling, meaning "something that rolls up".any mammal of the order Pholidota found in tropical Africa, S Asia, and Indonesia, having a body covered with overlapping horny scales and a long snout specialized for feeding on ants and termites Also called: scaly anteater.

All buyers will be responsible for paying for the cost of shipping insurance if requested.Nonfiction writers will range from Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David Hackett Fischer, author of the new biography of French explorer Samuel de Champlain, “Champlain’s Dream,” to Massachusetts scientist Irene Pepperberg, author of the New York Times bestseller “Alex & Me,” which describes her work with an African Grey parrot. At 10 a.m., Maine children’s book author Ashley Bryan — winner of the 2009 Laura Ingalls Wilder Award for lifetime achievement in children’s literature — will present stories, songs and poetry at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center.At a.m., Vermont children’s book author Anna Dewdney will show slides at the Hooker-Dunham Theater of her recent trip to Vietnam to see the endangered mammal that’s the subject of her upcoming picture book, “Roly Poly Pangolin.” At p.m., Connecticut novelist Tony Abbott will speak at the River Garden about his “Secrets of Droon” series (an 8-million-copy bestseller) and his latest book, “The Postcard,” winner of the 2009 Edgar Allan Poe Award for best juvenile The Stone Church (just one of the event’s many Main Street venues) when cellist Jody Redhage, who has played everywhere from Carnegie Hall to Conan O’Brien’s television show, will perform her compositions while discussing the poetry that inspired them.She’ll be joined by Vermonter Wyn Cooper, who wrote the poem that Sheryl Crow turned into the Grammy-winning song “All I Wanna Do.” The festival promises a full schedule Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m.

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