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League Lines - The League of Vermont Writers Newsleter

League Lines, the official newsletter, began in 1942 as two pages of mimeographed news designed to connect LVW members throughout the year. In the 1970s League Lines was professionally printed on colorful bond paper. By the 1980s it was being produced on a computer. In 1992 the League had a masthead designed and League Lines expanded to its current eight pages, with reports on the previous meeting, the agenda for the next, and an opportunity for members to share their publication credits.

League Lines - April 2015

The Spring Program at the Franklin Howe Conference Center in Rutland featured Ben Hewitt (Real Life Writing), Joanna Tebbs Young (Find Your Story), and Cheryl Young (How Stories Find You!).

You'll find notices of writing credits for your fellow LVW members, and recaps of the January meeting, with lots of additional notes and comments.

There's also an announcement for President Alyssa Berthiaume's vision for a Member Showcase Event to take place during summers when we don't have a Writers Meet Agents event on the boards. Check it out here.

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THE VERMONT TRADITION grapples energetically with the basic problem of human conduct...how to reconcile the needs of the group, of which every man or woman is a member,..with the craving for individual freedom to be what he really is.

—Dorothy Canfield Fisher, 1953