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Local radio personality Bruce Zeman, Jr. and his wife, Tami Crupi-Zeman, have co-written a heartwarming story for children about their rescued dachshund, Hobbes. Hobbes Goes Home tells the story of a dog who isbrought to the local animal shelter by his mommy to save him from an abusive home. There he meets new friends and dreams about his forever home. Whether you’re a kid, or a kid at heart, you’ll love the heart-warming, true story of how Hobbes Goes Home!
GARY MARGOLIS is the author of four books of poems, Below the Falls, Fire in the Orchard, Falling Awake, and The Day We Still Stand Here. His memoir, Seeing the Songs: A Poet’s Journey to the Shamans in Ecuador, is recently published. He is Executive Director Emeritus of College Mental Health Services at Middlebury College where he was also a part time Associate Professor of English and American Literatures. A recipient of Vermont Arts Council and Millay Colony Awards, and a Robert Frost Fellow at the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, his poems and essays have appeared in Poetry, American Scholar, Poetry Northwest, and the Journal of the American College Health Association. He has taught at the Bread Loaf, University of Tennessee and University of Vermont Writers’ Conferences. Dr. Margolis was awarded the Sam Dietzel Award for mental health practice in Vermont by the clinical psychology department of Saint Michaels College and the Covey Community Award by the Counseling Service of Addison County. He lives with his wife, Wendy Lynch, in Cornwall.