York College creative writing courses offer students a chance to develop their writing and creative thinking skills under the direction of an actively publishing faculty, alongside their writing peers, and supported by a host of annual visiting writers and publishers. Each semester, our students choose from a variety of introductory and advanced creative writing courses, such as Fiction Writing or Screenwriting. The college also offers a Creative Writing Minor for those students interested in more actively pursuing their writing careers or goals. Creative writing happens outside the classroom as well, with the student literary and arts magazine, The York Review, the annual Bob Hoffman Writing Contest, and student and professional readings across campus year-round.
York College of Pennsylvania announces the 2013 Bob Hoffman Student Writing Contest, sponsored by the Bob Hoffman Foundation. There will be cash prizes for the best submissions in the four categories of poetry, short fiction, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction. The contest deadline is October 25, 2013 at 4:00PM. Click here for contest rules & guidelines.
Fiction writer and literary editor Jen Michalski will be presenting in the Brossman Art Gallery Thursday, October 24, 2013 at 5:00PM. Michalski has three new books out from publishers this year, the novel The Tide King and the fiction collections Could You Be With Her Now and From Here (out November 2013). Michalski is also the founding editor of JMWW. Visit Michalski's website: jenmichalski.com
During the Spring 2014 semester York College will host another blockbuster list of emerging and established writing talent, such as ficition writer Laura van den Berg and next year's writer-in-residence, poet Thomas Sayers Ellis. For information about any of our visiting writers, contact Travis Kurowski: email@example.com