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 back … Continue reading On Publishing…and Procrastination
I never really learned about thank you notes. Some families do it, some don’t. I just don’t remember anybody in my family talking about it much. Then I married into a family of people for whom they are very important. You’d think that nearly three decades of being expected, and often gently reminded, to … Continue reading Ann Hood, My Ego, and Sheep: An Ireland Thank-You Note
This video shows my Dad, Fred, helping me kickstart (in the pre-2000s sense of the word) my cookbook project, which is to be a collection of Italian Addonizio family recipes. I know many friends have been awaiting this one for awhile. This is just to let you know that, as we say in the restaurant business, I've … Continue reading I Used To Be Known As a Hot Italian
Or, actually, to put it more directly, let's listen to this fab radio interview with me and Shelagh Shapiro as we talk about craft. Shelagh is a novelist whose first book, "Shape of the Sky," blew my mind. She's also the owner/head honcho/producer of the fantabulous radio show/podcast "Write the Book" for which she recently interviewed … Continue reading Let’s talk about craft
They did it again. I read about the latest layoffs at Gannett last night while I was cooking dinner. I had a glass of wine and then I coughed up this really vitriolic post about how I was going to warn the undergraduates I work with to boycott their papers and never, ever go to … Continue reading Gannett “Resets” and the Vermont Way
Me: I don't know what to write.Cindy: Seriously?Me: Yeah. I'm really tired.Cindy: Ok. We spent the summer busting our butts to publish books for Champlain students to use in class (including the amazing Larry Connolly's new collection of student work, "Best Student Creative Nonfiction"), and we just sent the first title that we built from … Continue reading Tired now.
Barnes MacQueen Publishing Resources officially opened for business January 1, 2014 in the Karma Birdhouse, 47 Maple Street, Burlington, Vermont. We are Cindy Barnes (president) and Kim MacQueen (vice president). We are consultants and counselors to indie authors and are developing curriculum and events covering a wide range of publishing topics.Some of the niceties, like … Continue reading Looking for us?