Tag Archives: CCPI

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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A Personal Thank You From CCPI

By now you’ve probably heard a little bit about Publishing: Digitized and Personalized (if not a lot). For those who have been living under rocks and in caves, Publishing: Digitized and Personalized is our most recent publication and, if you were anywhere on the first or second floor of Champlain’s CCM Building on Friday, February 3, you probably heard […]

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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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What on Earth is Hybrid Publishing?

Much like book packaging, hybrid publishing falls somewhere between traditional and self-publishing. It’s part of the grey area. Hybrid publishers are sometimes called team publishers, providing structure and support for authors who choose to use a method that blends traditional and self-publishing.   Some hybrids charge authors a fee to publish, while others provide the […]

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What’s the BUZZ? Christina Erickson on Sustainability

Christina Erickson discusses the logistics of the Green Revolving Fund, Champlain College’s Sustainability Program, the Apiary Project, and how she got to be Champlain’s Sustainability Director. She goes in-depth on these topics in an interview, conducted by a member of the Champlain College Publishing Initiative, where she talks about her future goals and what she’s hoping the community will get out of it.

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