The Burlington Writer’s Workshop is doing a fundraising drive at the moment, and they need a couple of additional backers to help them keep the lights on.
Become a sustaining member of the BWW at $12/month or more and a group of anonymous donors and Cope & Associates will give the BWW $25 AND you’ll be entered to win tickets to see Patty Griffin at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, June 14th.
The Burlington Writer’s Workshop recently released their 2014 anthology. Now, they’re headed to Phoenix Books in Burlington with several of its authors to read from it. The event will be held on May 1st, and starts at 7:00pm.
Here’s the lineup:
Peter Biello is a Vermont Public Radio producer/announcer. His work has appeared in Lowestoft Chronicle, The Drunken Odyssey, Three Percent, and several NPR programs. He has an MFA in fiction from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. He lives in Essex.
Martin Bock, Lic. Ac. is an author, sculptor, and specialist in complimentary treatments for cancer. He lives with his wife Melly in Burlington.
Paul Hobday is a native Vermonter. Since completing a B.A. in Literature at Burlington College, he has concentrated on writing long and short fiction. He lives in Burlington.
Amanda Vella is a poet, painter, singer, guitarist, and songwriter who enjoys writing short fiction and poetry on her manual typewriter. She has led numerous workshops for the Burlington Writers Workshop and lives in Burlington.
Paul Hobday read his story for the Vermont SF Writer’s Series a couple of weeks ago, and it’s a good one!