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Cindy Hill Gave a Two Session, Crash Course on the Ins And Outs of Copyrighting and Defamation
May 30, 2023
At our spring event, “Stay on the Write Side of the Law,” Cindy Hill gave us a two session, crash course in the ins and outs of copyrighting and the pitfalls we might encounter in our writing in regard to defamation and privacy laws.
Building an Author Platform: Not for the Birds
Feb 28, 2017
By Annalisa Parent In my coaching work with writers, I’ve come to discover how much many writers detest creating their marketing platforms. I will concede to the fact that marketing is a lot of work, yet I have come to enjoy it. Here’s why...
Attention All Writers — Join the Directory of Vermont Writing Resources
Feb 23, 2017
Cynthia Anderson, a senior at Champlain College, is compiling a Directory of Vermont Writing Resources as her final project. The directory will include writers, editors, publications, and more. She is looking for people who are interested in being included in this directory.
The Writer's Journey
Feb 21, 2017
By Wendy Heilig I believe everyone is a writer, though some work at it formally and for publication more than others. However, most any form that takes what we have percolating inside of us and puts it down in some form outside of ourselves is writing...
For The Good Of The Cause: A Quick Glance Into The League's Past
Feb 14, 2017
By Alyssa Berthiaume September 1931: President Walter John Coates, in a typewritten letter to the executive committee, asks them to review the enclosed agenda for the upcoming winter meeting. He signs…
How to Write More, Write Better, and Be Happier: A Half-Day Retreat with Joni Cole
Feb 07, 2017
This half-day retreat with Joni Cole will help you cultivate a healthy and productive creative process that will serve you now, and for the rest of your writing life.
Writing prompt #1: To the Window
Jan 31, 2017
By Shawn Thomas Anderson Go to the nearest window. What do you see? Take the next 15-20 minutes to record the view from your window. Get specific, and go beyond the sense of sight. How does it sound out…
The New VP in the VT: Marketing the League, Marketing your Books
Jan 27, 2017
By Shawn Thomas Anderson This is our year. I continue to learn through my membership with LVW. In January 2016, I became a Board Member At-Large. Since then, I’ve chaired Writers Meet Agents, jumped…
As the New President I Will be Following My Heart
Jan 20, 2017
It is such an honor to be stepping into the role as President of the League of Vermont Writers. In the time leading up to my new role in this organization, I considered all the factors involved in giving…
Welcome to the League of Vermont Writers’ NEW Website!
Jan 19, 2017
By The Website Project Team Over the last three years the Board has taken the time to consider consistent feedback provided through a variety of mediums about programming and membership issues and challenges,…
League Lines LIVE!
Jan 16, 2017
By Alyssa Berthiaume Overhauling our website also meant stepping into the wonderful world of blogging. LVW’s previous website didn’t have this element, but nowadays most websites include a blog where…
LVW Needs More Hands
Jan 14, 2017
By Alyssa Berthiaume I am told that getting volunteers is one of the hardest things for nonprofits to achieve. That it is always a select handful that get everything done. This has been true since I initially…
Jan 12, 2017
League Lines, the official newsletter, began in 1942 as two pages of mimeographed news designed to connect LVW members throughout the year. In the 1970s League Lines was professionally printed on colorful…