In this podcast, you'll hear readings by authors published in The Best of the Burlington Writers Workshop 2017 and the third print issue of Mud Season Review. Readers include Julia Alter, Elizabeth Gaucher, Jericho Parms, Peter Biello, Benjamin Hale, and Meg Reynolds.
In this podcast, you'll hear readings by several of the authors published in The Best of the Burlington Writers Workshop 2016, which is the fourth edition of our annual anthology of work by Vermont writers. This event was recorded on Friday, April 29, 2016 at Burlington City Arts, and was sponsored by Sun Dog Poetry Center and author Jerry Johnson. Learn more about The Best of the Burlington Writers Workshop series.
The launch of Mud Season Review's 2016 print issue features readings by Alison Prine, Robin McLean, Ralph Culver, and Sean Prentiss. Their work and the work of many other authors appears in this new volume, which is available for purchase online.
Your English teacher may have told you that fiction is made up and nonfiction is not. But some writers of creative nonfiction may tell you that some stuff in CNF is made up, and that's okay. Mud Season Review's nonfiction editor Brett Sigurdson shares where he stands on the issue of truth in CNF, and he also shares what he looks for in a great essay. Learn more about Mud Season Review.
Mud Season Review's launch party for the first print issue featured readings by Michael Minchin, Kari Giroux, and Nancy Means Wright. The event took place at Hotel Vermont on May 2, 2015.
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As Mud Season Review prepares to launch its first print issue, we take a peek behind the curtain to find out how the journal is put together each month. Editor-in-Chief Rebecca Starks and soon-to-be Burlington Writers Workshop Organizer Danielle Thierry talk about the journal's aesthetic, work flow, challenges, and future.
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In this panel discussion, "Five Writers on Writing and Money," we talk about the variety of ways writers make a living. The panelists are Megan Mayhew Bergman, author of the short story collections Almost Famous Women and Birds of a Lesser Paradise; Dede Cummings, founder of Green Writers Press; Zach Despart, a reporter for The Addison Independent; Suzanne Kingsbury, author of the novels The Summer Fletcher Greel Loved Me and The Gospel According to Gracey; and Kerrin McCadden, author of the New Issues Poetry Prize winning collection Landscape with Plywood Silhouettes.
The panelists discuss a variety of money-related aspects of the profession, including taxes, managing time, and the value of conferences and the MFA in creative writing.
The editors of The Best of the Burlington Writers Workshop 2014 (Peter Biello, Martin Bock, Paul Hobday, and Amanda Vella) read at Phoenix Books on Thursday, May 1, 2014.
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Recorded at the book launch party of The Best of the Burlington Writers Workshop 2014, this podcast features readings by Wendy Andersen, Liz Cantrell, Cynthia Close, Michael Freed-Thall, Hillary Read, and Rebecca Starks.