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News September 2, 2020

VT Arts Council Honors VCFA Faculty & Alumnx

Four members of the VCFA community have been honored with FY2021 Creation Grants from the Vermont Arts Council.
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News September 2, 2020

A.R. Capetta

A.R. Capetta (all pronouns) writes about magic, science, weirdness, mystery, and the places where they meet. Their eight YA novels include The Lost Coast, The…
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WCYA Book Birthday Parties

We could all use a bit of celebration in our lives these days, and the MFA in Writing for Children & Young Adults has us…
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VCFA’s Connection in Place Continues

Join us on May 28 at 8 pm ET for an artists-talk in honor of the connections we can forge even when we're miles apart and sheltering in…
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Loree Griffin Burns

Loree Griffin Burns writes books that celebrate and explore the natural world. She is the author of seven books of children’s nonfiction, including the middle…
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Deb Noyes

Deb Noyes writes historical fiction for young adults and adults, narrative nonfiction/biography for middle-grade readers, and picture books. Recent titles include We Are All His…
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Public Events for Winter 2020 WCYA Residency

Ann Dávila Cardinal, Gilbert Ford, Charles R. Smith, Jr., and Padma Venkatraman are the special guests at this winter's MFA in Writing for Children &…
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AWP 2020

Vermont College of Fine Arts will be in San Antonio, TX for the Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) Annual Conference in March.
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Kate Hosford, 2011 MFA in WCYA

Running Press published Kate Hosford's A Songbird Dreams of Singing: Poems About Sleeping Animals in November 2019, with illustrations by Jennifer Potter.
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Padma Venkatraman

Padma Venkatraman was born in Chennai, India, the setting of her latest novel, The Bridge Home.
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