Author Archives: bruce
I’ll be one of the performers in REGENERATIONS at 118 Elliott Street, Brattleboro VT on September 25 at 2 PM. This is a performance of music, dance, art and poetry regarding the closing of the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant.
On April 29,2016 I had the pleasure of participating in a performance at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, Vermont. Conceived by Megan Buchanan, this was a mixture of music, dance, art and poetry regarding the closing of the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Plant and its ramifications for the Connecticut River. It is expected that the … Continue reading
PREDICTIONS FOR 2016 Despoilers of the army of the dead, restrain your greed, lest fall upon your head the wrath of Saturn and the ire of Mars. In humid borders near the realm of jars, below the dusky earth, there hides a scroll to sooth a fever and revive a troll. Flowers are mingled … Continue reading
Jen Eifrig and I will be presenting “Victorian Technology and the Steampunk Vision” at the Springfield VT Steampunk Festival on September 12, 2015 at 3 PM. We will also be part of the featured readers at 4 PM. Don’t miss it.
PREDICTIONS FOR 2015 Proserpina with flames bestows a boon on strangers at the dock. A catchy tune with readiness of wit upholds a land that neither men nor cattle understand. Who wields a truncheon in his bloody fist? The copper dolls implore Par Lagerkvist. Within the bony earth, the lowly mole soaks up the … Continue reading
As part of the Brattleboro Literary Festival, local writers who are active in Write Action will read from their recent books. On October 4 at 12 noon I will be reading from my new poetry book, Roving Enchantments, along with other poems. The event is free and open to the public. Please join us at … Continue reading
My short story, “The Great Carb Uncle” is now available online at http://www.bewilderingstories.com/issue590/carb_uncle.html .
My poetry collection, Roving Enchantments, is available in paperback from Amazon.com as of May 24, 2014. Here is a link: http://www.amazon.com/Roving-Enchantments-Bruce-Hesselbach/dp/0692214186/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1400962703&sr=1-4&keywords=bruce+hesselbach
Averting Disaster — Fiction Saves the Day! I’ll be one of three writers reading at the Brattleboro Vermont Library at 7 PM, January 15, 2014. http://www.brookslibraryvt.org/upcoming-events/eventdetail/611/68%7C69%7C70/averting-disaster-fiction-saves-the-day
You can read two of my fantasy short stories in a new collection from Cogwheel Press. “A haunted Ferris wheel…enchanted dice…the accidental end of the world…a doomed wartime love affair…the last tree on Earth… Five authors conjure imaginative tales to tickle your fancy and haunt your dreams. The fifteen stories in this collection will amuse, … Continue reading