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Anthology 11 cover art: CedarANTHOLOGY 11 IS PUBLISHED! And it is beautiful! Free copies have been mailed to all published writers, artists, and photographers. If you haven't received your copy – or if you want to order more copies, contact YWP Executive Director Susan Reid at [email protected] Email your name, mailing address, and number of requested copies. Suggested donation $10/copy (go to the Donate button on the site). IrisRobertLineBreak.Anth11.jpg And don't miss the Anthology 11 podcast with YWP's eyesofIris Sept. 19, launching at 9 AM on youngwritersproject.org (and it will be anchored on the site so you can listen to it again and again!)Publication of Anthology 11 was made possible by a grant from The George W. Mergens Foundation. Thank you! Read more
The COMMUNITY JOURNALISM PROJECT (CJP), now in its second year in the 2020-21 school year, offers writing and photo challenges, journalism skills-building, online workshops, and publication throughout the school year. Watch the site for weekly updates. This project is for students and teachers, inside and outside of the classroom.Historic Times Call for Great Writing!The next 12 months are shaping up to be a turning point in American history, affecting the future for years to come. YWP's Community Journalism Project provides a place for you to speak out, share your views with the YWP community, and get published! Respond to the weekly journalism challenges or write your own opinion about the issues that matter to you — the 2020 election, the pandemic, racial justice, climate change, your local community, anything! CJP posts will be considered for publication as the Daily Read, in The Voice, on VtDigger.org, in our Vermont newspaper series, and in Anthology 12. Join us! The Community Journalism Project ChallengesFind out more about The Community Journalism Project in this CJP guidebook published as a special issue of The Voice! Read more