So Little Time . . . Our new book is coming out in one month, and editors Dede and Alexandra have poured their time, their heart and souls into this project.
Marlboro College graduate and multimedia storyteller, videographer and photographer, Willow O’Feral, has just signed on to offer a few photos from her black and white collection, of which you can see in this post’s slideshow. Willow presently lives in NYC but hails from Northern California. She got a Bachelor’s degree at Marlboro College in Vermont, with a double-major in French and Film/Video. She plays dobra in the all-women samba-reggae percussion group, Batala NYC. Willow is a multi-media artist who primarily works in photography and video. See more of her work at http://snippetproductions.com Continue reading →
I feel like a mother about to have a baby—the excitement, the collaboration between publisher-printer-artist-writer—is everything I dreamed about when I started this publishing company! I want to thank the many supporters along the way, especially the people who don’t think I am crazy, and have celebrated the idea of a publisher working in harmony with the earth’s resources. Continue reading →
WHY I RIDE: Because a Bike Pedal Lasts Longer Than a Gas Tank by British Slam Poet, Hollie McNish
Page to Performance, a poetry organization based in Cambridge, UK and led by Hollie McNish and Inja, worked with a group of amazing young people for three months in summer, 2013, to find out what it is they all love about riding. Continue reading →
GWP first intern, Alexandra Sandman-Pitoniak, at the Brattleboro Amtrak station. Lexie did the work from her home in Montpelier to save fossil fuel emissions from commuting—and the train was a great way to meet occasionally (only $12 ANYWHERE in Vermont!).
TODAY, the sun came out, and our publishing venture was born! (…hi author, Patti Smith!)
We will co-publish, with our writers, in a unique venture — a collaboration of writer, artist, publisher, printer, designer, packager, marketer and publicist — that the publishing world will see as one of a kind. We will focus on children’s literature, art, nature, poetry; as well as literary fiction and non-fiction.
There will be no end to what we will do. First and foremost, we will work together to try to save the planet for what is appearing to be a global climate crisis. According to 350.org founder, Bill McKibben, we live in an unprecedented time of global catastrophes on the rise.