Wisconsin Trails: Magazine Editor Wins Prestigious Rowland Fellowship to Vermont Studio Center

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Elizabeth Solomon, 800-236-8088, [email protected]

Harriet Brown, editor of Wisconsin Trails magazine, has won a month-long fellowship to the Vermont Studio Center, in Johnson, Vermont. The fellowship-which includes meals, a private studio, and uninterrupted time to work, and is valued at $3,500-is one of several funded by the Pleasant T. Rowland Foundation for writers and visual artists who live in the Madison area.

Brown will spend the month of August at the Vermont Studio Center, where she hopes to complete a book of poems and a first draft of a mystery set in Wisconsin. “I feel very lucky to have this opportunity,” she says.

Wisconsin Trails is a bimonthly regional magazine in its 45th year of publication, winner of the prestigious IRMA awards for excellence in editorial and design. Each issue will open you up to people, places and events that are unique to Wisconsin. The magazine is available on newsstands or by subscription by calling 800-236-8088. For more information visit www.trailsmediagroup.com