Thinking ahead to the new year!

Greetings to our stalwart readers & authors, friends of our growing press! We can all agree that 2017 was a year of setbacks under the Misogynist-in-the-White-House — yet, we are hopeful and galvanized for 2018. This recent article in the regional New Hampshire paper, The Keene Sentinel, written by GWP former Bennington College intern, Cheyenne […]

Salamander Sky

Winner of the 2019 Riverby Award! The John J. Burroughs Riverby Award has been given annually since 1988 to a selection of exceptional natural history books for young readers that present perceptive and artistic accounts of direct experiences in the world of nature, demonstrating a respect for nature, accuracy of information, and quality of prose […]

The Order of the Trees

Found as a baby on a bed of moss under an old-growth tree, Cedar’s beginning was a mystery. As she began her sixth-grade year, Cedar resembled her namesake with her wild mane of brown hair, her sinewy body, and deer-like eyes. She makes her first true friend, a new student, Phillip, with whom she shares […]

GWP SPRING BOOKS 2017

GWP SPRING BOOKS 2017 … a few great covers to share/sneak previews … Nonfiction: One Man’s Maine, Essays on a Love Affair by Jim Kroschell Walking Through the Seasons, nature essays by Marilyn Webb Neagley Why I Ride: Because a Bike Pedal Lasts Longer Than a Gas Tank by Holly McNish and Inja  Wild Play […]

For Children

Since we are a small independent publishing house located in Brattleboro, VT that focuses on environmental awareness and local community, it is very important to us to support, and connect with, authors, libraries, and bookstores, and as such I am writing to create a page about our growing children’s publishing program which was recently featured in Publishers Weekly. […]

Our First High School Intern & News

Lindsey Vachon is Green Writers Press’ first high school intern. She is a junior at Leland and Gray Union High School in Townshend, Vermont, where she lives, and hopes to learn everything there is to learn about writing and the publishing world. She loves writing, mostly fiction, and besides that, has a love for creating […]

The Order of the Trees

Found as a baby on a bed of moss under an old-growth tree, Cedar’s beginning was a mystery. As she began her sixth-grade year, Cedar resembled her namesake with her wild mane of brown hair, her sinewy body, and deer-like eyes. She makes her first true friend, a new student, Phillip, with whom she shares […]

April: Poetry Month & Earth Day is Coming!

April is National Poetry Month and we have news to share! POEM CITY, Montpelier, Vermont is one of our FAVORITE annual events…. On April 13 at 7:00 pm in the Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Leland Kinsey, Pushcart Prize nominee, will be reading from his new book Galvanized: New and Selected Poems, published by Green Writers Press in April 2016. […]