Featuring the work of fifteen Vermont writers, this is the fourth edition of this popular series. Edited by Danielle Thierry, Elizabeth Gaucher, E.T. Perry, and Michelle Watters.
A woman’s Peace Corps mission to the Ukraine is delayed by the September 11th terrorist attacks. A man is set up by a woman seeking revenge on her husband. A poet squeezes politicians into the double-dactyl poetic form. These stories, essays, and poems make up the best work composed by Vermont’s largest writing organization. Edited by Zoe Armstrong, Peter Biello, Deena Frankel, and Marisa Keller.
Featuring thirty-six pieces by more than two dozen Vermonters, this anthology chronicles at the dark side of human nature. A man is wrongly incarcerated in a Louisiana prison; a woman feels suffocated by her marriage; an advertising executive succumbs to hard drugs for a release from his stressful life—these stories and more make up the best Vermont’s largest community of writers has to offer.
The Best of the Burlington Writers Workshop 2013
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This first volume of our annual anthology contains a variety of stories, essays, and poems, edited by Jessica Hendry Nelson, Erika Nichols, and Angela Palm. In this collection, a woman spots her dead mother in Hong Kong; a grandfather, along with his grandson, ponders the question of the origin of consciousness; and a man feels his life fall apart as his employer, a fast food restaurant, closes.