We are¬†a low-profit publisher based out of Brattleboro dedicated to telling stories that will make the world a better place. Specifically, Green Writers Press is uplifting regional and national voices that embrace the natural world and interrogate the destruction of it.
PARTNER WITH US:
GWP is an L3C or a ‚Äúlow-profit limited liability company‚ÄĚ which is a for-profit business that holds a charitable or educational cause as its main purpose. The business embodies our mission from our choice of printers (US printers that utilize renewable energy, forest stewardship council-certified papers, and soy-based inks) to our donation of a percentage of profits to national and Vermont-based environmental organizations.
Our vision is that collectively, our books will become a chorus of voices of writers and readers, artists and photographers, who care about the fate of the earth and want to do something about it.
If anyone knows of a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization you think would like to partner with us as an L3C company, please tell them about us! It is tax-free for them to work with us on publications/books.
AND NOW . . . SUMMER NEWS:
Green Writers Press is growing, but we are still primarily a VOLUNTEER RUN ORGANIZATION. We could not do what we do without our dedicated cadre of freelance editors!¬†Please welcome our newest freelancer/volunteer staff members.
MARGARET¬†SWEENEY, Assistant¬†Editor¬†and Publicity
Margaret Sweeney is a native of Brattleboro, Vermont and a recent graduate of Bennington College, where she studied literature and writing. While at Bennington, she interned for the literary organizations Poets House and the Center for the Art of Translation¬†and served as co-editor-in-chief of¬†plain china,¬†the first national anthology of undergraduate student writing. She now lives in Western Massachusetts¬†and works as a part-time bookseller at Odyssey Bookshop in South Hadley.
JAMES CREWS, ¬†Assistant Editor
James Crews’ work has appeared in¬†Ploughshares, Raleigh Review, Crab Orchard Review¬†and¬†The New Republic, among other journals, and he is a regular contributor to¬†The (London) Times Literary Supplement.¬†His first collection of poetry,¬†The Book of What Stays, won the 2010 Prairie Schooner Book Prize and received a¬†Foreword¬†Magazine¬†Book of the Year Award. Other awards include residencies from the Sitka Center for the Arts and Caldera Arts as well as two Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Prizes. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing-Poetry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a¬†PhD¬†in Writing and Literature from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he worked for Ted Kooser’s¬†American Life in Poetry¬†newspaper column and grew to love the Great Plains. He now lives on an organic farm in Shaftsbury, Vermont just a few miles from the Robert Frost Stone House.
VISIT US AT BOOK FESTIVALS COMING UP!
Green Writers Press has a BIG presence at BOOKSTOCK-VT, one of Vermont’s premiere literary festivals. Please join us! ¬†http://bookstockvt.org/2016-presentations/
Left to right: Leland Kinsey (Galvanized), Sheila Post (The Road to Walden North), Cardy Raper (An American Harvest), Brett Stanciu (Hidden View), Tim Weed (forthcoming, A Field Guide to Murder and Fly Fishing), Sara Dillon (Planning for Escape), and Vermont State Poet Chard DeNiord (co-editor, with Sydney Lea, of the forthcoming Contemporary Vermont Poetry) . . . what a lineup!
Burlington Book Festival, Brattleboro Literary Festival, and more!¬†
STAY TUNED FOR THE HOPPER PRIZE ANNOUNCEMENT AUGUST 1st!