GWP is a proud participant in the Bennington College Field Work internship program, which we have been doing since our inception in 2014. We also work with interns from other colleges who are all extremely motivated young people and care about the fate of the earth and want to do everything they can to foster a sustainable environment. We welcome this summer’s stellar group!
We are a growing Vermont publisher with exciting news to share!
Other news onÂ upcoming books:
Having written more than eight novels, including My Amputations and Dirty Bird Blues, alongside a dozen books of poetry, Chicago Heat and Other Stories is Clarence Majorâ€™s second work of short fiction and first book with Green Writers Press is coming out September 6, 2016. Here is a quote from Clarenceâ€”and we are honored to be his publisher!
At the same time one of the most pressing issues for all of humanity is the environment, namely climate change. I would like to support efforts to bring about awareness of the problem. We are running out of time. â€”Clarence Major
And last, but not least:Â We are so excited about Green Writers Press having 5 finalists in the annual Foreword Reviews IndieFAB Book of the Year Awards:
Richard Jarrette, A Hundred Million Years of Nectar Dancesâ€”Poetry
M Jackson, While Glaciers Slept: Being Human in a Time of Climate Changeâ€”Memoir
Lauren Alderfer, Teaching from the Heart of Mindfulnessâ€”Education
Leslie Rivver, Blackberries and Creamâ€”Juvenile Fiction
Sydney Lea, What’s the Story? Reflections on a Life Grown Longâ€”Essays
â€śThe 2015 INDIEFAB finalist selection process is as inspiring as it is rigorous,â€ť said Victoria Sutherland, publisher of Foreword Reviews magazine. â€śThe strength of this list of finalists is further proof that small, independent publishers are taking their rightful place as the new driving force of the entire publishing industry.â€ť
Please welcome, ANNA MULLEN, Marketing and Outreach Coordinator, Assistant Editor!
Anna is a poet, naturalist, and aspiring morning person from the suburban foothills of the North Carolina Appalachians. She has special love for writings about the sea, speculative fiction, animal consciousness, psychologies of climate change, and queer ecology. She studied Environmental Literature at Middlebury College and as a poetry fellow at Bread Loaf Orionâ€™s Environmental Writers’ Conference. Most recently she served as Treleven, Inc.â€™s writer-in-residence, working on poetic and scientific sketches of their sheep flock in New Haven, VT.
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