2018 Summer Creative Writing Institute at the American University of Paris

Paris, France

Jul 2 - Jul 19, 2018


TUITION / COST:Cost: €3,664 for 4 undergraduate credits/ €1,832 not for credit; €1772 for 2 credits/ €886 audit in 2 credit courses
SCHOLARSHIP:None Available

CONTACT: Jeffrey Greene, Ph.D.
EMAIL: jgreene@aup.fr
WEBSITE: https://www.aup.edu/academics/summer/creative-arts/creative-writing-institute

Intensive three-week summer courses in Fiction Writing, Poetry, and Creative Nonfiction. Evening author events each week along with a final student reading.

2018 Summer Creative Writing Institute at The American University of Paris: July 2-July 19

This program is an intensive three-week program designed for students seeking to join a cohesive group of young writers in lively workshops while experiencing Paris life with its great literary legacy. The workshops include Writing Fiction, Creative Nonfiction: Crafting Personal Narrative, and The Poetic Experience. These workshops can be taken for 4 undergraduate credits or audited at a lower cost. Students enjoy guest readers and speakers in special combined classes and share in field writing exercises. The Institute ends with a student readings and celebration. The hosting university summer program organizes fun and enriching weekend cultural excursions. Housing is available.


Featured Writers Include:

Stacey D'Erasmo, Heather Hartley, and Jeffrey Greene Guests: Ellen Hinsey and Karthika Naïr


Poetry, Fiction, Creative nonfiction


American University of Paris
147, rue de Grenelle

The American University of Paris Creative Writing Program

The Creative Writing Program is specifically designed to inspire and encourage young writers who come to AUP from around the world. A commitment to international writing is fostered through our location in Paris, the global outlook of our writing instructors and guest speakers, and our lively multicultural student body. Our program features small workshops and sustained individual attention, which has led student success stories in publishing and performance.