Who We AreThe Burlington Writers Workshop offers free writing workshops, panel discussions, readings, and other opportunities for Vermont writers to learn, network, and publish.
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Become a sustaining member of the BWW at $12/month or more and a group of anonymous donors and Cope & Associates will give the BWW $25 AND you’ll be entered to win tickets to see Patty Griffin at the Flynn … Continue reading
Megan Mayhew Bergman, author of Birds of a Lesser Paradise and the forthcoming novel Almost Famous Women, will read from her work and sign books at Hotel Vermont on Wednesday, May 28 at 7:30 p.m. Her short stories have appeared … Continue reading
Seven Days has given The Best of the Burlington Writers Workshop 2014 a favorable review. Margot Harrison, who has written about the BWW before, has mentioned several of the folks published in this new collection. For example, of Hillary Read’s … Continue reading
Vermont writer and poet David Budbill will join us at Hotel Vermont on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 7 p.m. for a reading and Q&A about his work, the writing process, the publishing industry, and anything else that’s on your … Continue reading
I’m happy to announce that the League of Vermont Writers has agreed to serve as the “fiscal sponsor” of the Burlington Writers Workshop. This agreement unites the efforts of two successful, mission-driven Vermont writing organizations.
March will be an exciting month for the BWW. We’ve got a ton of workshops scheduled, plus a few special events. Here are a few highlights. Songwriters will be happy to learn that we’ve got a songwriting workshop coming up … Continue reading
Our new space is officially open! A team of volunteers will keep the lights on/doors unlocked at the Burlington Writers Workshop from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, with Friday hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For the … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Think about the last time you stayed at a hotel. Did you bring a book? If you did, was it written by a local author? Writers and avid readers rarely go anywhere without something to read. For me, arriving at … Continue reading