Virtual AWP Events
Writer to Writer Conversations & Readings
Mentor Eileen Cronin reunites with past mentees to discuss the intersection of disability and writing.
See our Juneteenth resources and upcoming literary events.
June is Pride Month!
Check out our Pride Month literary events and educational resources!
Attention, Recent Grads!
AWP's resources can help you find the next step in your writing career.
2022 George Garrett Award
2022 George Garrett Award Announced!
Congratulations to Craig Santos Perez, this year's recipient for the 2022 George Garrett Award.
Writer to Writer
Season 16 Has Begun
Check out our mentorship matches!
The Writer's Chronicle
April issue of Writer's Chronicle
Check out the new listing of books by our members and find your next read!
Featured This Month
The Writer's Chronicle Archives: Standing & Listening: Marianne Moore's Strategies
Nancy Sherman | December 1992
The Writer's News
June 15, 2022
Virtual AWP: Writer to Writer Conversations & Readings with Mentor Eileen Cronin
AWP proudly presents a new series in its Virtual AWP lineup: Writer to Writer Conversations & Readings. These events will feature discussions and readings with former mentors and mentees of the Writer to Writer mentorship program.
June 8, 2022
AWP recognizes and honors Juneteenth as a time for celebration, reflection, and growth.
May 23, 2022
Pride Month Events and Resources
AWP has assembled a list of resources including in person and online events, interactive and informative websites, author interviews, and other diverse programming.
May 6, 2022
Feminism in Writing and Practice: Activism, Books, and Other Resources
AWP recognizes the transformative power of literature and strives to be an ally in making the world a more equitable and compassionate place
May 2, 2022
National Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Join AWP in celebrating National Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month this May!
With a stellar faculty and five packed days of programming. Workshops in fiction, memoir, poetry, nonfiction, novel, children's lit, personal essay, and speculative.
The Napa Valley Writers' Conference is celebrating its 41st year as one of the nation's most prestigious summer writing programs. Since its beginning as an informal summer gathering of writers, the conference has remained a place to convene for fellowship
The Sitka Writing Adventure is a week-long workshop with Pam Houston where writers will generate new work while hiking, kayaking and exploring the pristine beauty of Sitka, Alaska.
Mineral School is an artists residency located in a former 1947 elementary school near Mt. Rainier, in Mineral, Washington. During 2022, we're offering one-week and two-week residency periods to a total of 24 artists, including poets, prose writers, and v
August 4-7, 2022 - Atlantic City, NJ Read. Write. Relax.
Our new, month-long TWH Virtual Summer Fiction Workshop program centers on weekend writing workshops, taught by author Scott Wolven.
The Elk River Writers Workshop embodies the idea that deep, communal experiences with the wild open the door to creativity. We bring together some of the most celebrated nature writers in the United States with students who are serious about fostering a c