Tag Archives: creative nonfiction

How Many Literary Journals Does The World Need?

At least one more. Since BWW members indicated in the BWW 2014 Survey that we’d like to create one, it’s probably wise to think about the benefits of and reasons for doing so. Here are the top four reasons (there … Continue reading

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BWW Book Recommendations

It’s a workshop tradition:  we take turns introducing ourselves and answer one question. Last night’s question was: “What book would you recommend?” Here’s what the members in attendance last night recommended. Songs for the Butcher’s Daughter by Peter Manseau Lolita … Continue reading

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For July, It’s 99 Cents!

The whole point of publishing The Best of the Burlington Writers Workshop 2013 is to launch BWW stories, essays, and poems into the world. To that end, I’ve made it even more accessible by lowering the price of the Amazon … Continue reading

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Your Work, On Stage

I’m so excited to tell you about this new opportunity for Burlington Writers Workshop members. Vermont Stage Company is partnering with the BWW to write stories to serve as the content for this year’s WINTER TALES. Created in 2005, WINTER … Continue reading

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Martin Bock Made Me Cry

Martin Bock made me cry. Here’s how it happened: The Burlington Writers Workshop took our Best of anthology on tour last week with a stop at the Joslin Memorial Library in Waitsfield. This was thanks to workshop member Al Uris, … Continue reading

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