Annie Landenberger

Annie Landenberger is a free-lance writer, theater multi-hyphenate, and vocalist in Southern Vermont.  A native of Manhattan, she’s made a life of working in/supporting the arts– teaching, directing, performing, and writing about the lively, literary, and visual arts.

Tom Goldschmid working a wooden bowl by hand.

The art of craft in a digital world

As we continue to wrestle with what it is to be human as manifest in what we produce, one can hope a middle path will emerge, not only in fine art and craft but also in the everyday of a digitized world.

April 8, 2024

solar panel installation

How a small church in a Vermont town addresses climate change

A couple years ago a project launched at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Brattleboro, Vt., aimed at making the whole church campus– church, education wing, and rectory– powered 110% by clean, renewable energy by 2030.

April 2, 2024


How do people, relationships, experiences, and movements shape us?

Within a mere few pages of his debut novel, Altar to an Erupting Sun, Chuck Collins of Guilford, Vermont, sets the stage for his heroine, Rae Kelliher, to carry out a well-planned murder/suicide.

May 17, 2023