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    • Iowa Writers' Workshop


    • Story Workshop

    • The Story Workshop Method is a method of teaching writing originated in 1965 by John Schultz. The Story Workshop Institute was founded to bring the method to elementary and secondary classrooms and other forums for writing instruction. The former Fiction Writing Department at Columbia College Chicago used this methodol ... Read »


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    • 826 National

    • 826 National

      826 National is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping students, ages 6–18, improve their expository and creative writing skills at seven locations across the United States. The chapters include 826 Valencia in San Francisco, 826NYC in Brooklyn, 826LA in Los Angeles, 826CHI in Chicago, 826michigan (serving ... Read »


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    • 826 Valencia

    • 826 Valencia is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping children and young adults develop writing skills and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. It was the basis for the 826 National organization, which has centers on the United States with the same goal. Named for its street location in th ... Read »


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    • Algonkian Writers Conference

    • The Algonkian Writers Conference holds more than one writing workshop at Algonkian Park and several other events throughout the year for writers in all genres. The conference philosophy emphasizes a strong syllabus, narrative craft, small group workshops, market knowledge, instruction in literary dramatic technique, an ... Read »


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    • Antioch University

    • Antioch University

      Antioch University is a non-profit 501(c)(3) private university system in the United States with five campuses located in four states. All campuses of the university are regionally-accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, one of the six regional accreditors. Campuses are located in Los Angeles, California; Santa B ... Read »


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    • Arvon Foundation

    • The Arvon Foundation is a charitable organisation in the United Kingdom that promotes creative writing. It is based in the Free Word Centre for literature, literacy and free expression in London. It was founded by two young poets, John Fairfax and John Moat, in 1968. Arvon runs residential creative writing course ... Read »


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    • California Institute of the Arts

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      The California Institute of the Arts is a private university located in the Valencia neighborhood of the municipality of Santa Clarita in the California county of Los Angeles. It was incorporated in 1961 as the first degree-granting institution of higher learning in the United States created specifically for students o ... Read »


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    • University of California, Riverside

    • University of California, Riverside

      1907 (UC Citrus Experiment Station) The University of California, Riverside (UCR or UC Riverside), is a public research university and one of the 10 general campuses of the University of California system. The main campus sits on 1,900 acres (769 ha) in a suburban district of Riverside, California, United States, w ... Read »


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    • Clarion West Writers Workshop

    • Clarion West Writers Workshop is an intensive six-week program for writers preparing for professional careers in science fiction and fantasy. It runs annually from late June through the end of July. The workshop is limited to 18 students per year. Each of the six weeks is instructed by a different professional writer o ... Read »


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    • Clarion Workshop

    • Clarion is a six-week workshop for aspiring science fiction and fantasy writers. Originally an outgrowth of Damon Knight and Kate Wilhelm's Milford Writers' Conference, held at their home in Milford, Pennsylvania, United States, it was founded in 1968 by Robin Scott Wilson at Clarion State College in Pennsylvania. Knig ... Read »


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    • Codex Writers Group

    • The Codex Writers' Group (aka "Codex") is an online community of active speculative fiction writers. Codex was created in January 2004. Codex was created in January 2004 by Luc Reid, a member of Orson Scott Card's 2001 Literary Boot Camp. The focus of the group is on writers in the early stages of their careers. T ... Read »


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    • Comics in education

    • The use of comics in education is based on the concept of creating engagement and motivation for students. The effectiveness of comics as medium for effective learning and development has been the subject of debate since the origin modern comic book in the 1930s. Sones (1944) notes that comics "evoked more than a ... Read »


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    • Gotham Writers' Workshop


    • GrubStreet

    • GrubStreet, Inc. is a non-profit creative writing center located in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts. Through various workshops, seminars, events and programs, GrubStreet supports writers at all stages of development. According to GrubStreet's website, its mission is "to be an innovative, rigorous, and welcoming comm ... Read »


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    • Iowa Writers' Workshop


    • Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars

    • The Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars is an academic program offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in writing in the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts & Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. Founded in 1947, notable faculty of the program have included Edward Albee, John Barth, Madison Smartt Bell, J. M. Coetzee, Mary ... Read »


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    • List of Clarion South Writers Workshop Instructors

    • This is a list of instructors in the Clarion South Writers Workshop, an annual writers' workshop for science fiction, fantasy, and speculative literature writers. ... Read »


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    • List of Clarion West Writers Workshop alumni

    • This is a list of alumni in the Clarion West Writers Workshop, a six-week workshop for writers of science fiction, fantasy, and speculative literature, held annually in Seattle, Washington. ... Read »


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    • List of Clarion West Writers Workshop instructors

    • This is a list of instructors in the Clarion West Writers Workshop, a six-week workshop for writers of science fiction, fantasy, and speculative literature, held annually in Seattle, Washington. ... Read »


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    • List of Clarion Writers Workshop alumni

    • This is a list of alumni of the Clarion Workshop, an annual writers' workshop for science fiction, fantasy, and speculative literature writers. ... Read »


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    • List of Clarion Writers Workshop Instructors

    • This is a list of past instructors in the Clarion Workshop, an annual writers' workshop for science fiction, fantasy, and speculative literature writers. Instructors marked with an asterisk are also graduates of the Clarion or Clarion West workshops. Clarion 2015 writers in residence: ... Read »


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    • The Loft Literary Center

    • The Loft Literary Center is a nonprofit literary organization located in Minneapolis, Minnesota incorporated in 1975. The Loft is one of the nation’s largest and most comprehensive independent literary centers, and offers a variety of writing classes, conferences, grants, readings, writers' studios and other servi ... Read »


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    • Macondistas

    • The term “Macondistas” refers to authors and members of the writing community who are alumni of the Macondo Writers Workshop, which was founded by Sandra Cisneros in 1995. The workshop is for writers whose work is socially engaged and who have addressed the needs of underrepresented communities via their writ ... Read »


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    • Macondo Writers Workshop

    • The Macondo Writers Workshop is an annual master's level summer writers workshop held in San Antonio, Texas. The workshop encourages, educates, and promotes new and published socially engaged authors and has been called "a gem of the local and national Latino literary scene." Macondo is a program of the Guadalupe Cultu ... Read »


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    • Mbaasem Foundation

    • The Mbaasem Foundation is a foundation established by Ghanaian writer Ama Ata Aidoo in Accra, Ghana, in 2000. It is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to promoting the work of Ghanaian and African women writers, to "establish and maintain a writing place for women". In 2002 the rented headquarters of the foundation was " ... Read »


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    • MFA Program for Poets & Writers


    • Milford Writer's Workshop


    • Ministry of Stories

    • The Ministry of Stories is a non-profit organisation in East London dedicated to helping children and young adults develop writing skills and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. Located in Hoxton, a district in the London Borough of Hackney, England, The Ministry of Stories was founded in 2010 by ... Read »


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    • NEOMFA

    • The Northeast Ohio Master of Fine Arts Program (NEOMFA) is a three-year graduate level consortial creative writing program located in Northeast Ohio. The NEOMFA has a unique collaborative design in which students attend all four universities in the consortium: Cleveland State University, The University of Akron, Kent S ... Read »


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    • NYU Veterans Writing Workshop

    • The NYU Veterans Writing Workshop at New York University in Manhattan, New York is a free, non-partisan outreach program offered to the veteran community in and around New York City and is considered by some as the pre-eminent writing workshop for veterans. The workshop began in 2008, founded by former United Stat ... Read »


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    • Odyssey Writing Workshop

    • Founded in 1996 by World Fantasy Award winning editor Jeanne Cavelos, the Odyssey Writing Workshop is held annually on the campus of Saint Anselm College in Goffstown, New Hampshire. ... Read »


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    • Pop Culture Classroom

    • Pop Culture Classroom, based in Denver, Colorado, is a nonprofit organization that educates in the areas of literacy and arts through alternative approaches to learning and character development. The organization creates educational programs for underserved youths, schools and communities by using comic books, graphic ... Read »


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    • Stonecoast MFA Program in Creative Writing

    • The Stonecoast MFA Program in Creative Writing is a graduate program in creative writing based at the University of Southern Maine in Portland, Maine, United States. Stonecoast enrolls approximately 100 students in four major genres: creative nonfiction, fiction, poetry, and popular fiction. Other areas of student inte ... Read »


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    • Swanwick writers' summer school


    • Sycamore Hill Writer's Workshop


    • Turkey City Writer's Workshop


    • UEA Creative Writing Course

    • The University of East Anglia's Creative Writing Course was founded by Sir Malcolm Bradbury and Sir Angus Wilson in 1970. The M.A. is widely regarded as the most prestigious and successful in the country and competition for places is notoriously tough. The course is split into four strands: Prose, Creative Non-Fiction ... Read »


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    • Viable Paradise

    • Viable Paradise is an annual one-week residential writing workshop held each autumn on the island of Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts and is focused on speculative fiction. The workshop began in 1997, as part of a science fiction convention presented by the Martha's Vineyard Science Fiction Association. After 1998, ... Read »


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    • Warren Wilson College MFA Program for Writers

    • The Warren Wilson MFA Program for Writers is the oldest low-residency creative writing Master of Fine Arts program in the United States. Prior to the founding of this program, an MFA in creative writing was earned via standard residential graduate programs that required students to be in residence at an academic instit ... Read »


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    • Windycon

    • Windycon is a science fiction convention held in Lombard, Illinois, on the weekend closest to Veterans Day. ISFiC, the parent corporation that runs Windycon, was founded in 1973 in Chicago. The first Windycon was held the following year and has been held annually ever since either in Chicago or a Chicago suburb. It is ... Read »


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    • Wordos

    • The Wordos is a writing workshop based in Eugene, Oregon, United States. Its members meet once a week to critique stories and discuss the art, craft, and business of writing. It is a long-running speculative fiction critique group, and has a high concentration of published authors. However, having prior publishing cred ... Read »


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    • The Writer's Block


    • Writers of the Future

    • Writers of the Future (WOTF) is a science fiction and fantasy story contest that was established by L. Ron Hubbard in the early 1980s. A sister contest, Illustrators of the Future, presents awards for science fiction art. Hubbard characterized the contest as a way of "giving back" to the field that had defined his prof ... Read »


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    • Writopia Lab

    • Writopia Lab is a non-profit creative writing program for kids and teens ages 4–18. Founded in 2007 by Rebecca Wallace-Segall, Writopia integrates a student-centered methodology into the workshop, where each student sets his or her own goals with the guidance of the instructor, and is encouraged to finish a full ... Read »


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