Other Places to Visit

Wesleyan University

The Univerity Website
Writing at Wes
Wesleyan Student Assembly (WSA) Website

Other Magazines / Resources

New Pages list of literary magazines
Council of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP)
The Poetry Project's list of links
Poets and Writers . org

Writing Programs

Wesleyan Writers Conference, Wesleyan University, Middletown CT

The Wesleyan Writers Conference welcomes new writers, established writers, and anyone anyone interested in the writer's craft.
The program includes seminars, readings, workshops, publishing advice, and optional manuscript consultations, all designed to offer you new perspectives on your work and the company of other writers who share your interests.

Summer Writing Program, The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Naropa University, Boulder CO

The Summer Writing Program is a four-week-long convocation of students, poets, fiction writers, scholars, translators, performance artists, activists, Buddhist teachers, musicians, printers, editors and others working in small press publishing. Programming includes workshops, lectures, panels, readings, special events, and more.

Iowa Summer Writing Festival, The University of Iowa, Iowa City IA

The Festival began in 1987 and with nine workshops across the genres seemed an ambitious undertaking. Despite a broad curriculum that first year that included short fiction and poetry, as well as innovative workshops in travel writing, autobiography, and writing for Christmas (R.I.P.), we could not have anticipated the Festival's reach. Each summer, over 1,500 writers from around the world join us in Iowa City to participate in over 130 workshops.

Summer School, Harvard University, Cambridge

Creative writing courses are taught by published writers and offer instruction in the writing techniques common to traditional, and some nontraditional, genres: fiction, poetry, narrative nonfiction, and screenwriting.

Summer Writing Colony, The New School, NYC

The Summer Writers Colony is an opportunity for students to study writing under the direction of master teachers who are themselves distinguished practitioners and to meet other notable authors, editors, and publishers. The colony is open to both undergraduate and continuing education students.