About Rebecca Rule
A recipient of an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from New England College, Becky has been collecting and telling stories of New Hampshire and New England for more than twenty-five years.
Her latest book is Sixty Years of Cutting the Cheese: Joel Sherborne and Calef’s Famous Country Store, available exclusively at, where else, Calef’s Country Store in Barrington, NH. Or directly from the author — e-mail her and she’ll ship you out a signed copy — email@example.com.
N is for NH is a book of stories, rhymes and photographs by Scott Snyder from Islandport Press. Jennifer Thermes illustrated Becky’s picture book, The Iciest Diciest Scariest Sled Ride Ever!
Moved and Seconded: Town Meeting in New Hmpshire -the Present, the Past and the Future, will tell you everything you need to know about Town Meeting. It’s educational!
Headin’ for the Rhubarb! A New Hampshire Dictionary (well, kinda) will set you straight on the correct meaning of New Hampshire’s native expressions and how to pronounce them. Yup, you’ll be talking N’ampshah fore you know it.
Live Free and Eat Pie: A Storyteller’s Guide to New Hampshire gives you an inside look at the Granite State as only a native sees it!
Her short story collection The Best Revenge (University Press of new England) was named Outstanding Work of Fiction by the NH Writers Project and listed as one of five “Essential NH Books” by New Hampshire Magazine.
Best known for her live presentations of humorous New Hampshire stories, many sponsored by the NH Humanities Council, she has entertained audiences throughout New Hampshire, prompting New Hampshire Magazine to name her “Thalia: the Muse of Comedy” in its list of notable New Hampshire muses.
A roster artist for the NH State Council on the Arts, her passion for spoken word takes her to schools sometimes, helping young writers find their voices.
For Friends of the UNH Libraries, she hosted the interview show “The Authors Series,” for ten years. It is available on-line. She currently hosts Our Hometown, which airs on NH Public Television and is also available on line.