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Writing and blogging panels

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I'm on two this week.

Tomorrow I'm on a panel called Writing in the 22nd Century, with UVM prof Tom Streeter, blogger Steve Benen, and my boss, Paula Routly. Jeff Rutenbeck, Dean of Creative Communications at Champmlain College, is moderating.

The panel is part of this weekend's Burlington Book Festival. It's Saturday from 1-2 p.m. in the Champlain College Alumni Auditorium. C'mon down and hear us talk about blogging and digital media and why the hell anyone needs a publisher these days.

On Monday, I'm on another panel, called "Can Blogging Save Civil Liberties?" This one is sponsored by the Vermont chapter of the ACLU. Steve Benen is on this one, too, along with our pal Bill Simmon of Candleblog, author (and Burlington school board member) Fred Lane, and Middlebury College writing prof Hector Vila. VT ACLU ED Allen Gilbert is moderating.

It's on Monday, September 17, at the Ilsley Public library in downtown Middlebury. Starts at 7 p.m.      

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