Tag Archives: reading

Libraries vs. Bookstores: What’s the Deal?


Posted by Shayna Take on January 31, 2018

Many strong calls to support local bookstores have gone out in the world over the last several years, but where’s the love for local libraries? What if you don’t have the means to spend a substantial amount of money on books? If you have to pick between one or the other, what should you choose?

Join Us for the Return of the Willard & Maple Cabaret


Posted by Dominic Rizzo on April 12, 2017

As a senior, I remember—as I hope many other Professional Writing majors my age do—a little something that happened two years ago: the Willard & Maple Cabaret.   A cultivator of the Champlain College creative community, the event featured everything from poetry reading, to prose reading, to live music, to improv comedy; I wouldn’t even be

Q&A with Poet and Memoirist Kim Addonizio


Posted by Jessica Demarest on September 27, 2016

If you’ve been following the most recent Champlain Publishing news, you probably know that there are some pretty cool events heading your way. We’re teaming up with the Division of Communication and Creative Media Speaker Series to bring you the celebrated poet Kim Addonizio. On Monday, October 3 at 7PM, she’ll be reading from her two