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Greg Joly

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GREG JOLY homesteads in Jamaica, Vermont, living off the grid. He is the author of the poetry collections Hand Labor (Adastra 1992), Cabin Fever (BullThistle Press 1997), and Village Limits (Adastra 2008). He is an independent scholar of Henry David Thoreau and of Helen and Scott Nearing. He is a member of the board of The Good Life Center in Harborside, Maine. He wrote the Epilogue for the 50th Anniversary publication of the Scott Nearing’s The Maple Sugar Book (Chelsea Green 2000) and the text for Rebecca Lepkoff’s book of photographs, Almost Utopia: The Residents and Radicals of Pikes Falls, Vermont, 1950 (Vermont Historical Society 2008) and a play, A Love Greater than 70 Bushels of Baked Potatoes: Scott and Helen Nearing’s Vermont Years, commissioned by the Stratton Foundation and performed in Brattleboro, Vermont 2002.

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