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PoemCampus Norwich finishes off its first year with our final event, the unveiling of The
Chameleon Literary Journal, Norwich’s student-run, student-written literary journal. Norwich
University is excited to welcome you to the unveiling of the newest issue of the Chameleon
Literary Journal. We’ve got stunning art, incredible photographs, and wonderful essays, stories,
and poems, all wrapped in one of the nicest lit journals you’ll find anywhere.
This unveiling on Wednesday, April 16th
reception with food and drinks for The Chameleon staff, writers and artists who have published
in The Chameleon, and staff and faculty members.
After the private reception, we’ll open up the library’s Multipurpose Room to the public
at 5:00 p.m. for the official unveiling of the 2014 Chameleon. The unveiling will include poetry
readings by student writers. For all in attendance, we’ll hand out free copies of our stunning new
design. The Chameleon, founded in 1960, is a constant presence on campus. But last year, we
revitalized the format completely. Now our layout and design rivals any lit journal you’ve seen.
You can see last year’s online version here.
This night should cap off a spectacular month of events. Our opening event, a David
Budbill reading, had 125 people packed tight into Milano Ballroom for a reading by one of
Vermont’s favorite poets. Afterwards attendees asked Budbill questions and enjoyed free
Our second event, a poetry slam, was another packed house. This time, 65 Norwich
students, Montpelier High students, and community members overflowed Partridge Pub to listen
to almost twenty student (Norwich and Montpelier High) readers. The Montpelier High students,
who read some powerful political and personal poems, are in Kerrin McCadden’s creative
writing class. Poems were read in three languages: English, Spanish, and French.
has two components. The first is a private
Info: For more about visit the Chameleon Lit Journal’s webpage.
Date: Wednesday, April 16th
Time: 5:00 p.m.
Location: Kreitzberg Library Multipurpose Room
Contact: Professor Sean Prentiss (firstname.lastname@example.org)