Popular Category:Writers from Vermont

Judah A Kessler: Although born in New York, and having lived in The Bronx for most of his life-time, Kessler moved to Northern Vermont where he called the town of Richford his "home". It was in Richford where his first book "Bitter-Sweet Bitterness A Journal of the Working Homeless"[1] was written and published. Then, from the town of Franklin, also in the North Country of Vermont, Kessler wrote and published his second book, a compilation of prose essay works. This second book is titled "Dunes Sojourner and Notes From The Hudson Shore" [2], a collection of short prose originally written during Kessler's years in The Bronx and Rockaway, NY.

Kessler was born in Cornwall, NY, 30 August 1955, resided in the New York Hudson Valley, the Shawangunk Mountains, The Bronx and Rockaway NY, but called Richford VT "home" and Montréal QC "HOME".[3]

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