“…Critically important in the struggle to keep good and important literature 
and ideas alive and well.”
—Howard Frank Mosher, author of A Stranger in the Kingdom

Welcome!  We at Green Writers Press are grateful for your interest. We invite you to think of our new publishing company as a community, a community that includes you. You’ve come to a place where you can give support to local writers and artists who share your concerns, a place where you help spread the word about global climate change and its profound consequences. The more we work together—readers, writers, artists, thinkers, activists—the more effectively we will succeed in broadening everyone’s awareness of our shared challenges and the ways we can work to address them.  With the Tar Sands pipeline proposal at a critical point of decision, NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE OUR VOICES HEARD and to lend strength to those who are fighting to protect our planet and all the life that it nourishes.

Watch a TV segment on WCAX about new press that has inspired high school students in South Burlington, Vermont, where we visited on April 1st!
Read a popular newspaper article on the subject in the Jan. 6th Rutland Herald titled “New Vermont Publisher Goes Green,” which ends with the quote: “I see that rather than just go along with business as usual, it’s time for a change,” Cummings says. “What the localvore movement did for the food industry, we want to be for publishing.”

It is an exciting time for GWP! Our new press is growing rapidly, but we need your support. Please visit our donation page if you’d like to donate. 

We are launching the INAUGURAL subscription-only print & on-line “GWP | Journal” in the fall! Click here for details! 

Green Writers Press Celebration Party in Burlington at Phoenix Books
Thursday, April 17, 2014, 7:00 p.m. at Phoenix Books in Burlington, Vermont

Green Writers Press So Little Time Reading in Montpelier at PoemCity
Friday, April 18, 2014, 6:00 p.m. at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier, Vermont