BWW Writing Center Wish List

No writing center is complete without its very own hot tub, complete with massaging jets. Just kidding. Well, only sort of kidding.

No writing center is complete without its very own hot tub, right?

On Saturday, January 4th, we’re meeting at the new BWW Writing Center to turn an empty space into a comfortable, welcoming place for Vermont writers.

Some kind folks have already promised us things, but there are still some things we could use. Nobody has promised us a hot tub yet, and we all know that no writing center is complete without a warm, relaxing hot tub.

Just kidding, although who wouldn’t want a hot tub to take the sting out of a tough workshop? Seriously, though, if you’d like to donate something that’s on this list (or suggest something you think we might need), please contact us.

I’ve put a * next to items that have been promised to us already.

  •     Lamps (2 more would work well)
  •     Wireless Internet router
  •     Bookcase/books
  •     Couch*
  •     Rug*
  •     Tables (suitable for a workshop)*
  •     Mini-fridge*
  •     K-Cup machine*
  •     K-Cups*
  •     Your tea of choice
  •     Cream/sugar
  •     Small side table (coffee/beverage station)
  •     Computer
  •     Printer
  •     Chairs
  •     Desk
  •     Waste basket/trash bags
  •     Low-maintenance indoor plants
  •     Stuff for the walls*
  •     Pint glasses
  •     Coffee mugs
  •     Paper towels
  •     Lightbulbs (preferably eco-friendly)*
  •     Coat rack
  •     Welcome mat
  •     Broom/dustpan

Even if you don’t have stuff to donate, you can join us on Saturday and see what we’re putting together. This is a space for you to enjoy. RSVP to the event here.

Learn more about the BWW Writing Center.

About Peter Biello

Peter Biello is the host of All Things Considered on New Hampshire Public Radio and a writer of short stories, novels, book reviews, and essays. He's also the host of The Bookshelf, a series of interviews with authors from or writing about the Granite State.
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