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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. […]

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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 […]

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25 Squirrels

Ali Wisch’s first play, 25 Squirrels is a comedy about a group of twenty-something slackers, a series of increasingly bad decisions, and a dead cat. Ali graduated from Champlain College in 2009 and now works as the Chief Brand and Culture Officer at Shipyard Rehearsals in Boston. Her play was published with the assistance of […]

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Endangered Alphabets

The goal of the Endangered Alphabets Project is to preserve most of the world’s vanishing writing systems by carving them in boards of beautiful Vermont curly Maple. With an introduction by David Crystal, author of The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language, the book aims to raise questions about writing itself: how it develops, what it expresses […]

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Stonehenge

A Stonehenge is a three-sentence prose haiku that captures a fleeting moment and ends with an arresting and transformative piece of action. It is a vivid memory, sharply described. Stonehenge, published in 2012, is a collection of the most vivid and powerful student works to date, accompanied by striking visual images. The first edition was […]

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