The Burlington Writers Workshop is run by a volunteer board of directors.
Members of the board work together to develop and oversee the scope and mission of the organization. It also provides fiscal oversight and develops appropriate policies and procedures and monitors the BWW’s programs and overall performance.
The BWW Board of Directors
Partridge Boswell is the author of Some Far Country, winner of the Grolier Poetry Prize. His poems have recently surfaced in The Gettysburg Review, Salmagundi, The American Poetry Review, Green Mountains Review and Hayden’s Ferry Review. An editor and trustee of Harbor Mountain Press, Partridge is the former artistic and executive director of several performing arts organizations, and co-founder of Bookstock literary festival. An active proponent of poetry on the page and stage, Partridge frequently collaborates with other poets, visual artists and musicians, and is a founding member of the poetry/music group Los Lorcas Trio. A leader of BWW workshops on poetic craft and revision, he agrees with poet Mary Ruefle that “writing is just endless curiosity and wonder,” and enjoys exploring this inexhaustibly unmappable terrain in the company of other writers.
Erin Post is interim editor-in-chief and managing editor of Mud Season Review. She started writing poetry in college and has kept it up ever since. She also enjoys helping others with their poems through participation in the Burlington Writers Workshop. In 2014, she graduated with a Master of Education from UVM in the Interdisciplinary Program, and attended the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies (writing track) and Hamilton College (BA in English). She works at the University of Vermont.