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Published CCPI projects


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

Posted by Kiera Hufford on January 25, 2017

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

Kara Joyce Writing Forums

Author Spotlight: Kara Joyce Talks Writing Forums

Posted by Kiera Hufford on January 18, 2017

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

Author Spotlight: Taylor Covington Talks Crowdfunding

Posted by Jessica Demarest on January 11, 2017

Every organization has its legends, and Champlain Publishing is no exception. Having been around for about seven years now, we’ve seen quite a few faces pass through our proverbial doors. A recent Champlain alumna, Taylor Covington, served as Champlain Publishing’s Director of Outreach during her time on campus. We were sad to see her go when


The Collaboration Behind Champlain’s “Collective” Magazine

Posted by Maggie Bean on December 7, 2016

At Champlain Publishing, we often find ourselves collaborating on projects with other groups of talented Champlain College students and faculty members. I recently sat down with Danielle Campo, the Marketing Director and Web and Digital Design Manager of Collective, a magazine about Champlain Graphic Design students created by the Publication II class, to chat about the

Willard & Maple

Featured Project

Willard & Maple is a student-run literary magazine based out of Champlain College. Our staff shuffles from class to class in all seasons of Vermont weather until they take off their masks to read submissions and decide what we put in our magazine.

Practical Freelancing

Written by Tim Brookes and Financial Advisor and Entrepreneurship teacher Christine Moriarty, this is a graduate’s guide to finding freelance writing jobs. The book offers advice on networking, time and money management, and finding emotional support. It shares the experiences of nine entrepreneurial students who made names for themselves while still in their teenage years.

From the Watering Hole to the Big Top

Illustrated by Jerry Geier and written by Laura Mahoney, From the Watering Hole to the Big Top is a children’s story about leaving home, travelling across the world, and a natural disaster that leads to the creation of the world’s first all-animal circus. It was published in 2013. Sculptor Geier, once a lawyer in Vermont,

The Short, Sweet Guide to Dialogue

The ability to skillfully write dialogue is essential to all writers, whether journalists or playwrights. Yet many writers lack the ability to write such valuable dialogue, let alone how to properly punctuate it. That’s where this book comes in. The Short, Sweet Guide to Dialogue, published in 2009 and written by Tim Brookes and Natalia

East Slade, Maine

East Slade, Maine by Christopher Lawless captures the mystery of forgotten places, and the history of lost people. Growing up in a small town in Western New York, Lawless realized the importance of family and self-sacrifice. These poems, which combine madness of imagery with sensual simplicity, are his way of memorializing his past and the

Lost Generation: The Story of a Sudanese Orphan

Lost Generation: The Story of a Sudanese Orphan has an unusually noble purpose: to raise funds for the New Sudan Jonglei Orphans Foundation (NSJOF), the non-profit organization Peter Garang Deng founded so Sudanese orphans might have the chance of an education. Deng himself was orphaned at the age of five and passed from one cruel