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Alec Hastings grew up in the Vermont foothills just west of the Connecticut River. His grandfather taught him to swing a scythe, sharpen an ax, and drive a war-surplus Willys Jeep. His father taught him to shoot a rifle, play the Scottish bagpipes, and love the written word. His grandmother filled him to bursting with sour cream cookies and fresh-baked bread. All his elders filled him with stories! He has done the same for his own children, grandchildren, and the students in his high school and community college writing classes. He continues a lifelong habit of writing down stories, and he continues to live happily with his wife Denise in those same foothills of eastern Vermont. Please enjoy this interview at Green Living and learn more on Facebook.
Winning Entry: Otter St. Onge and the Bootleggers
Contest Won: North Street Book Prize 2015, Honorable Mention