Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month!
Check out our Hispanic Heritage Month literary events and resources!
Writer to Writer
Writer to Writer Season 19 Has Started
Learn about this session's mentors and mentees!
Check out new articles in September's issue of the Writer's Chronicle!
Meet the #AWP24 HBCU Creative Advisor!
We are thrilled to introduce Rion Amilcar Scott.
A Message on #AWP24
Read about how AWP is working with Kansas City contacts to create a safe and inclusive space for all attendees.
AWP Member Bookshelf
Check out the new listing of books by our members and find your next read!
AWP’s Online Resources for Writers
From online communities to lesson plans to videos to opportunities.
Featured This Month
The Writer's Chronicle Archives: An Interview with the Founders of CantoMundo
Millicent Borges Accardi | May/Summer 2016
The Writer's News
September 22, 2023
National HBCU Week
Celebrate National Historically Black Colleges & Universities week with AWP! Join us in taking the time to recognize all the accomplishments HBCUs have made throughout history. In honor of HBCU week, we’re highlighting excerpts from AWP HBCU Fellowship Program student fellows from the #AWP23 Conference & Bookfair.
September 21, 2023
zTrip is Recommended Transportation Partner for #AWP24
As part of AWP’s mission to create a safe and inclusive conference, we are partnering with zTrip to offer a safer alternative to other ride share services at #AWP24 in Kansas City.
September 18, 2023
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month!
AWP observes September 15 through October 15 as Hispanic Heritage Month and recognizes all communities of Hispanic and Latino heritage. We strive to make space for and give a platform to writers who identify within these communities. Our goal is to celebrate and uplift Hispanic and Latino authors who share their stories throughout local, national, and global cultural communities.
September 5, 2023
Virtual AWP in Conversation: Divine Writing—Connections between Writing Practice, Craft, and Divination
We’re back with another installment of Virtual AWP!
September 1, 2023
National Translation Month
AWP is recognizing and celebrating National Translation Month throughout the whole month of September!
The 2023 conference theme is Wild | Home: Writing What Roots & Frees Us and will feature classes and presentations that will invite you to write both toward solace and freedom, to explore both the familiar and unfamiliar with attention and wonder. This ye
Online readings featuring writers with Nebraska connections, a national presence, and a new book
Learn. Network. Have fun! That's what you'll do at DFWCon, October 7-8, 2023. 65+ writing classes. 15+ literary agents/editors. 1 amazing weekend! Don't miss it.
Are you looking to “level up” on your writing? This Larksong Bootcamp workshop is for you. This limited-enrollment workshop is open to a maximum of 10 writers committed to improving their own writing and willing to read and respond to the work of the othe
Are you looking to “level up” on your writing? This is a limited-enrollment workshop open to a maximum of 6 writers who are committed to improving their own prose writing and are willing to read and respond to the work of the other writers in the workshop
Online, October 11 - November 8, 2023 Each Thursday, 6:00-8:00pm EDT/EST
The WxW Tomales Bay Workshop brings aspiring writers into close community with nationally known poets and writers. Choose from a generative or manuscript workshop in fiction, memoir or poetry.