Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing Applications for the Wisconsin Institute’s Poetry and Fiction Fellowships for 2016-2017 will close on Feb. 29. Eligible students would be ones graduating from an MFA program in Writing by Aug. 15, 2016 and cannot be enrolled in any other degree granting program of study during their fellowship year. Applicants may […]

Santa Ana River Review The Santa Ana River Review (formerly known as Crate) is the official literary journal for the University of California Riverside’s MFA program in Creative Writing for the Performing Arts. They are looking for fiction, poetry, non-fiction, dramatic work and visual art for their spring 2016 issue. The deadline to submit is […]

Hallmark Creative Summer Internship Deadline Approaches The deadline to apply for Hallmark’s Creative Summer Internship is March 1. There is a writing and editorial internship being offered. This program is a great opportunity for students to apply classroom knowledge to real situations and projects. The focus is on offering students job experience and networking opportunities. […]


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Don’t Talk to Me About Love  Don’t Talk to Me About Love is hosting a debut contest in which they are asking writers to write about what love means to them. In no more than 2,000 words of fiction or nonfiction or 75 lines of poetry (up to 3 poems total), write about romantic, platonic, parental […]

DOCUMENT Reading Friday Feb. 12, 2016 is the official release date for the graduate student journal DOCUMENT. There will be a release party hosted at the Gutstein Gallery on that day at 4:30 pm. You can pick up a free copy of DOCUMENT at this event and refreshments will be served there. Students whose work has […]

SCAD writing professor Harrison Scott Key will be speaking at the Write and Publish Your Book Conference on the campus of the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Mississippi, on April 7-8, and all SCAD students and alumni will be allowed to attend this conference at no charge (a $250 value for both days). Students and […]

All SCAD writing students, alumni, and friends are invited to the Savannah Book Festival this weekend, Sat., Feb. 13. All Saturday events are free. SCAD visiting professor of writing Gioia Diliberto will be speaking in the First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall (Chippewa Square) at 11:15am about her book, Diane von Furstenberg:  A Life Unwrapped and SCAD […]

Portland Review Portland Review has opened up submissions during the month of Feb. for their spring 2016 issue. They are accepting works across the genres of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and art. They will also be holding a Spring 2016 short fiction contest in which the winner will receive $500. The selected story will be featured […]

AWP Conference and Submissions The Association of Writers and Writing Programs is currently accepting submissions in poetry, nonfiction and fiction. The winners in each category will receive $500 that may be placed towards the cost of attendance at any of their festivals, retreats or other activities. They’ll be hosting a Tweet chat on Feb 16 […]

Think there’s no room for writers at this year’s aTVfest? Think again. Here’s a list of aTVfest sessions that are worth save-the-date calendar entries: Scribble to Screen: Inside the Writers Room of ‘Futurama’ (Thursday, Feb. 4, 11:30 a.m.) Screen a classic episode and learn about the process of crafting each installment from the show’s co-creator […]

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