You can find the YWP BOOK CLUB here! (Also under READ in top bar. Log in to share your favorite books and participate in the discussion!) AND check out LadyMidnight's monthly recommended read for March: "This Is Where It Ends" by Marieke Nijkamp. "It's an incredible book about gun violence in schools and really makes you think about it in new ways," LadyMidnight says. Each month, LadyMidnight suggests a personal favorite for Book Club members to share: "It's a fun way to connect to other writers by reading the same book at the same time. :) Happy reading!" she says. If you have a favorite book for the monthly read, let LadyMidnight know! JOIN THE BOOK CLUB ANYTIME!
WINTER TALES RUNS THROUGH SUNDAY! Congratulations to the YWP writers who were selected by Vermont Stage for this year's Winter Tales! Vermont Stage will present the writers' work at seven different performances at Main Street Landing's Black Box Theatre, Burlington, from Dec. 11-15. Read on to see the winning submissions and the dates of their performances. All writers will receive two complimentary tickets to Winter Tales. Interested in Winter Tales? Find out more here and buy tickets!
Winter Tales 2019 Presented by Vermont Stage, Main Street Landing, Burlington, VT
Anna wrote to YWP to say: "After maybe 3 or 4 months I have finally published my poetry book! It is currently on Amazon as an ebook .... I put a shout-out to YWP because I would have never become a writer without you guys, so thank you so much! This means so much to me."
CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE WRITERS, ARTISTS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS! The November issue of The Voice is ready to launch. Congratulations to these YWPers who will be published in the new issue. Look for it here on Friday, Nov. 1! WRITERS: BabyPoto, BloodMoon825, cmhemingwa, dakoval, Eloise Silver Van Meter, eyesofIris, Fiona Ella, fire girl, Graceful, Ice Blink, Inkpaw, It's the cat, Lady Midnight, Marina2020, millern1, Zander Clark ARTISTS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS: cedar, 15hensandarooster, Inkpaw, knmarcot, lemondaydreams, Leviahthan, Love to write, Nathaniel Steele
Young poets are invited to the Dorothy Alling Memorial Library in Williston for a friendly, creative competition at a student poetry slam on Nov. 20! Students in grades K-12 are invited to enter and read up to two original poems per themed category: nature (including animals), short epic (adventure poems), personal (experience or story), and poet’s choice (miscellaneous). Competition will be judged by a panel of local writers with prize winners of different age groups chosen in each category. All poems must be original and each poem may not exceed 3 minutes in length. Free event. Official entry of poems at event. Wednesday, November 20th at 5:30 PM at the Dorothy Alling Memorial Library. Please pre-register by calling the library (802-878-4918).
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Photo: BHS varsity girls soccer co-captains Helen Worden (left), Maia Vota (center) and Maggie Barlow (right). Credit: Molly Walsh, Seven Days
Burlington High School girls soccer players are taking a stand with their #EqualPay jerseys. Since getting yellow-carded for the jerseys on Friday, the team has been featured on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, and Britain's Daily Mail. They've also received tweets of praise from women's soccer greats, including World Cup and Olympic champion Brandi Chastain. Read the story in Seven Days!
Anthology 10 for holiday gifts! Send us your order and we'll ship them to you! $10/copy, plus $5 shipping and handling (for any number of books). And we're still buzzing at YWP about the amazing book launch on Oct. 6! What an inspiring day! Congratulations to all the writers, artists, and photographers who are published in this beautiful book! See Lia Chien's photos here. And you can also download Anthology 10 here.
Thank you Hazel Civalier, Sophie Dauerman and Lizzy Fox for leading an inspiring workshop and poster-making session for YWP's Voices for Change series at Burlington City Arts, Thursday, Sept. 19 in preparation for Friday's Climate Strike!