ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Ruth Stone House is dedicated to growing the grassroots small- and micro-press publishing arm of the literary world. This program aims to accomplish this through a series of classes that will cover the essential skills necessary to run a small press. The classes include
1) Running a Small Press
2) How to Build and Maintain an Author/Small Press Website
3) Chapbook Layout Essentials
4) Small Press Capstone
With the exception of the capstone, anyone is welcome to take a individual classes within this program!
SCHOLARHIPS & COST
A number of scholarships will be available, and the course can be purchased directly. The informational session is free and will detail the cost of the program as well as scholarship opportunities.
SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE: JULY 15th
TAKE INDIVIDUAL CLASSES
You may also sign up for classes from this program as they become available without enrolling in the full course. See below for individual class offerings.
The Ruth Stone House BIPOC Fellowship
Includes: Full tuition, Room and Board at the Inn for a BIPOC poet
Lucy Terry Prince Fellowship
Includes: Full tuition, Room & Board at the Inn for a Poet of Color living in Vermont, or with roots in Vermont
The James Tate Scholarship
Full tuition for a poet under the age of 40 (does not include Room & Board)
Award for $600 reduced tuition for a BIPOC poet.
Need-based scholarships awarded to poets of merit with expressed socioeconomic need