Young Writers Project, an independent nonprofit based in Burlington, engages young people to write and use digital media to express themselves with clarity and power, and to gain confidence and skills for school, the workplace and life. Check out the most recent issue of The Voice, Young Writers Project's monthly digital magazine. Click here. Each week, VTDigger features a writing submission – an essay, poem, fiction or nonfiction – accompanied by a photo or illustration from Young Writers Project. YWP publishes about 1,000 students' work each year here, in newspapers across Vermont, on Vermont Public Radio and in YWP's monthly digital magazine, The Voice . Since 2006, it has offered young people a place to write, share their photos, art, audio and video, and to explore and connect online at youngwritersproject.org . For more information, please contact Susan Reid at email@example.com . “The Orchard” by Emilia Williams, 15, of Thetford Center. One moment, the trees are lit aflame; one blink later, the ashes of winter are falling from the sky. No season ever seems to pass as quickly as fall — yet therein lies its paradoxical beauty. This week's featured writer, Wendell Durham of Thetford Center, observes the fleeting evanescence of autumn from his fireside. Fall By Wendell Durham, 14, of Thetford Center Autumn is tentative at first. It comes as a smell in the dawn hours of the first cool mid-August day. It's fresh, like new leather and ice; it brings promise, and a warning: It is not […]
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