Our 2017 Bennington Interns are Here!

GWP is a proud participant in the Bennington College Field Work internship program, which we have been doing since our inception in 2014. Our Bennington College interns are all extremely motivated young people who care about the fate of the earth and want to do everything they can to foster a sustainable environment. Our newest interns just started this January and will be with us until mid-February. Please join us in welcoming Ruby, Rachel, and Liana!

Here is a recent photo taken at their first meeting with GWP author, Tim Weed (A Field Guide to Murder & Fly Fishing, due out April 2017), at our favorite Brattleboro hangout, Mocha Joe’s.

And more about this great group:


LIANA DUDLEY HOLLAND is a writer of fiction and non-fiction, and a poet on special occasions. She is currently in between her first and second terms at Bennington College in Vermont. When she is not at school, she is in northern Maine, where she lives amongst the trees and the quiet with a dog, two goats, four cats, fifteen chickens, and many, many squirrels.

RACHEL ARONE is a first-year student at Bennington College who aims to study literature and writing. She admires how books provide insight into others and the world around us, and how such insight can guide the way to mutual understanding and social change. One day, she hopes to publish a novel of her own and bring others the joy she feels every time she picks up a book. When she’s not reading or writing, she loves to listen to sad indie folk, drink herbal tea, and snuggle with her ultra-fluffy cat, Angel.

RUBY STRUBLE is a junior at Bennington and her majors are Japanese and literature. She speaks Japanese and French, likes to sew, knit and goof off on the internet, and she writes and draws almost every day. She has worked for Boston Hassle and Cervena Barva Press in the Boston area where she’s from. She likes stuffed animals, music, playing piano, and learning languages.


We will have lots to share in the coming months, so stay tuned!

Dede & Team at GWP