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  • Lit News: Daniel Lusk Wins a Pushcart, New Honeybee Verse
  • A Tale of Two Poets

    Wind Ridge Books recently announced that Burlington writer Daniel Lusk has won a 2016 Pushcart Prize for his essay "Bomb," published in New Letters, a…

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  • Write On
  • Write On

    It's National Novel Writing Month at Burlington High School
    This November, Hannah Archibald is writing a novel. “It’s about exiled killer librarians,” says the Burlington High School senior, who’s wearing an Elmo T-shirt.…

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  • Book-Group Therapy
  • Book-Group Therapy

    How the humanities council challenges Vermont readers
    On a recent Saturday afternoon, the Varnum Memorial Library in Jeffersonville is closed to the public, but inside it’s bustling with activity. As they…

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  • Midd-life Crisis?

    An aging alum books it back to school
    Four-thousand-eight-hundred-and-one pages. That's how much I've read since September, when I had the brainy idea of taking a course at Middlebury College. "Politics and the…

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  • Forever Young Adult

    Why "YA?" A Burlington author targets teens
    Last spring, Houghton Mifflin published Erik Esckilsen's first book, The Last Mall Rat, based on his experiences as a 16-year-old working in a shoe store…

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  • Back Talk

    BAD WRAP There’s been a major casting change in the cinema studies and film production department at Burlington College. After getting the program off the…

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