Please join us at the Bookshop as we welcome local author Jeffrey Cramer, discussing his latest book, "The Quotable Thoreau" Jeffrey S. Cramer is the editor of Walden: A Fully Annotated Edition (Yale University Press, 2004). A winner of a 2004 NOBA (National Outdoor Book Award) and a co-winner of the Boston Authors Club's 2005 Julia Ward Howe Special Award, Walden: A Fully Annotated Edition has been called a "handsome, 'all-things-Walden' edition" by the Boston Globe. USA Today said "Cramer's side notes are like short, illuminating conversations." He is also the editor of I to Myself: An Annotated Selection from the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau (Yale University Press, 2007) and The Maine Woods: A Fully Annotated Edition (Yale University Press, 2009). He is currently working on The Portable Thoreau (Viking Penguin, 2011) and The Literary Way: Selected Essays of Henry D. Thoreau: A Fully Annotated Edition (Yale University Press, 2012). He has appeared on public radio's "On Point with Tom Ashbrook" and on C-SPAN's Book-TV, and most recently on WUMB-Boston's Commonwealth Journal. His essays and other writings have appeared in The Massachusetts Review, The Literary Review, and The Christian Science Monitor, among others, and have appeared in such collections as The Reality of Breastfeeding, Contemporary Literary Criticism, and The Robert Frost Encyclopedia. He is the Curator of Collections at the Thoreau Institute at Walden Woods. Jeff is married to the artist Julia R. Berkley and is the father of two formerly-homeschooled girls. (TooFondOfBooks)
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