League of Vermont Writers Spring Events and more
The spring program will be on Saturday, April 16th from 9:30am-2:30pm at the Franklin Howe Conference Center in Rutland, VT.
Featuring speakers Gina Tron, Ellen Perry Berkeley, Kerrin McCadden and maybe more!
Stay tuned for more details coming soon!
2016 Maine Crime Wave
The 3rd Annual Maine Crime Wave is a day-long conference Saturday, April 9 that includes panel discussions, theme-specific craft sessions, manuscript workshops, one-on-one manuscript critiques, book-signings, and more.
This year, the Maine Crime Wave will be held at the Portland Public Library.
The Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance (MWPA) have extended the MWPA membership rate for this event to all LVW members.
For more information about rates, speakers, and the schedule, go to
Champlain College WRT Networking Night
As an experienced writer, what would you tell a room of aspiring writers interested in pursing careers as novelists, journalists, editors, technical writers and so on? Our intern, Amanda, is seeking members of the League to speak with students, foster an enthusiasm for writing, and invite students to become members of the League.
The WRT Networking Night will be Tuesday, April 12 from 6 to 9pm in the Perry Presentation room at Champlain.
If you are interested in attending to speak about your career as a writer and/or your business, please contact Amanda Wedegis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wine and Story Open Mic
On Tuesday, March 15 at 7:30pm in Shelburne Vineyard (6308 Shelburne Road), treat yourself to a night of shared stories and award-winning wine.
Come just to listen or to tell your story. There’s a 7-minute story limit and prompt sheets will be provided with trigger memories.
Admission is $5 and doors open at 6:45pm.
Also, save the date for April 19th and May 17th.
For more information, contact Racille Hamrell at (802) 863-1754 or Bobby Stoddard at (802) 453-5555.
Save the Date: Writers Meets Agents
This year’s Writers Meets Agent will be on July 23 at the DoubleTree Hotel in South Burlington.
We’ll be announcing the names of some of our agents and presenters at the April Program. Mark your calendars and save the date to meet a terrific lineup of agents eager to find new projects for their lists.
Introducing Gravedigger’s Pen
Past LVW Intern, Kara Joyce, has recently started a new writing exercise called Gravedigger’s Pen.
The exercise mixes the appreciation and beauty of grave art with the beauty of your writing. You can even showcase the writing you do on a web forum at gravediggerspen.com.
If you’re interested in the project or have any questions, please visit the Gravedigger’s Pen website or email Kara at email@example.com.
We are always looking for volunteers to help with our programs, marketing, and membership. You can join one of these committees or perform occasional, one-off projects. Please feel free to email us to learn more about volunteer opportunities.
Remember to update your membership by contacting Tommy Walz at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any additional questions about your membership, Tommy can also help.
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