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Publishing and Procrastination: A Managing Editor’s Guide

Champlain Publishing is helping Alumna Colleen Rooney publish a collection of essays written by Champlain students. It’s called Publishing: Digitized and Personalized, and it’ll be out in the world Feb. 3. We’re going to have a big party at Champlain that day. You’re invited.   So last month, as is apparently my way, I sat […]

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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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Print Magazines Tackle New Challenges, And Some of Them Win

When was the last time you stopped at a newsstand to pick up a new magazine? What about the last time you received a magazine subscription in the mail? For me personally, it’s been awhile.   It’s not like nobody is buying magazines anymore. Big brands like Better Homes and Gardens, owned by Meredith Corporation, […]

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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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Diversity: How Does Publishing Stack Up?

Everyone knows the U.S. still faces struggles around the issue of diversity, and unfortunately the publishing industry is no exception. We’ve still got a huge wage gap between men and women, and it’s largely being swept under the rug. There is still a lack of content being published by and for minorities. Things are looking pretty […]

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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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Design & Publishing: 5 Tidbits of Wisdom for Anyone Just Starting Out

I like to believe that I have it all figured out—at least when it comes to design.    That may not be true,  but as a graphic designer with a publishing initiative, I’ve definitely learned a few things along the way. Graphic design and publishing go hand in hand. When an author writes something, they […]

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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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Snapchat’s Growing Into a Better Publishing Platform

Snapchat, the five-year-old social media platform that allows users to send brief photos of themselves to their friends, released an update in early June that broadened its Discover section and advanced the app as a publishing platform. But how can Snapchat possibly become a publishing platform? Good question.   I had been avoiding the update […]

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