Author Archives: Kiera Hufford

Go Behind the Scenes of “Publishing: Digitized and Personalized”

By now you’ve probably heard of Champlain Publishing’s newest publication, Publishing: Digitized and Personalized. Wait, you mean to tell me that you haven’t heard a peep about it? Well, start here! Publishing: Digitized and Personalized is a series of essays focused on the ever-shifting publishing industry and how it merges with the digital world. It […]

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Champlain Writer’s Newsletter

Welcome to the Champlain Writer’s newsletter! Each edition features a new selection of places to submit, tools for writers, and prompts (for those suffering from the dreaded writer’s block). Check out the upcoming events to see what’s happening on or around campus.   Where Can I Submit My Work?   Some of the featured magazines […]

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Author Spotlight: Kara Joyce Talks Writing Forums

Champlain Publishing’s latest project, Publishing: Digitized and Personalized, is set to launch on February 3. This particular collection of essays explores aspects of the publishing industry as it expands into a digital world. With topics ranging from digital printing to crowdfunding, this anthology is sure to teach you quite a bit about the adaptations publishing has […]

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CNET Begins Publishing Fiction

Back in March 2016, the technology news site CNET published a 5,500-word story about a female social media star in Silicon Valley who ended up getting kidnapped by the owner of a taco truck. He handcuffed her, put her in the back of his truck, and forced her to run a social media campaign that advertised […]

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CCM Weathervane Cover Contest

Interested in having your photo appear on the cover of the CCM Division’s biannual magazine, Weathervane? Submit your photography to our contest!   The covers for the first and second issues of the Weathervane featured images specifically of the CCM Building. But for this issue, we’re widening the scope. We’re searching for photos from members […]

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Champlain Writer’s Newsletter

Welcome to the Champlain Writer’s newsletter! Each edition features a new selection of places to submit, tools for writers, and prompts (for those suffering from the dreaded writer’s block). Check out the upcoming events to see what’s happening on or around campus.   Where Can I Submit My Work?   Some of the featured magazines […]

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Champlain Writer’s Newsletter

Welcome to the Champlain Writer’s newsletter! Each edition features a new selection of places to submit, tools for writers, and prompts (for those suffering from the dreaded writer’s block). Check out the upcoming events to see what’s happening on or around campus.   It’s NaNoWriMo!   National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) “is a fun, seat-of-your-pants […]

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Turning Social Media Into a Writing Platform

In lieu of Snapchat’s recent developments, which I discussed in a blog post earlier this month, I decided to look at how each of the big social media platforms could be used as platforms for writing. I actually started exploring this in Portfolio class during my second semester at Champlain. The professor had us sign […]

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Champlain Writer’s Newsletter

Welcome to the Champlain Writer’s newsletter! Each edition features a new selection of places to submit, tools for writers, and prompts (for those suffering from the dreaded writer’s block). Check out the upcoming events to see what’s happening on or around campus.   It’s NaNoWriMo!   National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) “is a fun, seat-of-your-pants […]

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Champlain Publishing Newsletter

Welcome to Champlain Publishing’s newsletter! Each edition features a new selection of places to submit, tools for writers, and prompts (for those suffering from the dreaded writer’s block). Check out the upcoming events to see what’s happening on or around campus.   Where Can I Submit My Work?   Some of the featured magazines accept […]

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