We welcome all writers of fiction, creative non-fiction and memoir, and poetry.
Whether you're a beginning, intermediate, or advanced writer, Antioch Writers' Workshop programs offer the tools and inspiration you need to take the next steps on your writing path. We offer instruction in the creative writing craft and in the professional skills creative writers need to succeed in the publishing world, as well as opportunities for connecting to a vibrant, supportive creative writing community.
FALL RETREAT, September 12-14, Retreat Leaders Dinty W. Moore and Cathy Day. Retreat, refresh, revise and renew at this special event. See Retreat page for details. Deadline to apply: August 22.
SAVE THE DATE, July 11-17, 2015, for our 30th Annual Summer Program featuring Keynoter and Craft class leader NIKKI GIOVANNI, as well as instructors John Grogan, Ann Weisgarber, Michael Nye, David B. Coe, Herbert Woodward Martin, Laraine Henning, Agents Elizabeth Kracht and Emma Patterson, and others. Check back soon for details and registration!
2015 Spring Seminar--check back for topic/specific schedule.
2014/2015 Free Mini-Seminars--programs held at Books & Co. at The Greene. Check back for schedule!
2014/2015 LitSalon Fundraisers. Check back for schedule!
Your donation makes it possible for Antioch Writers' Workshop to continue offering free programming, such as the Sunday Mini Writers' Workshops and readings during the full week program, as well as scholarship opportunities. And, your donation is entirely tax deductible!
Antioch Writers' Workshop Mission Statement:
The AWW fosters the art and craft of creative writing by supporting writers at all levels through mentorship, community, and inspiration. In support of our mission, we commit to the following goals:
• Create an open and welcoming writing environment through a variety of in-person programs.
• Provide instruction and professional development opportunities geared to a broad range of experience levels.
• Provide opportunities for face-to-face engagement with professional writers, editors, and agents.
• Introduce the work of local and national writers to the greater Miami Valley, Ohio community through open-to-the public readings and similar events.
• Help build the next generation of writers through programming specifically geared to younger writers.
• Provide these opportunities in the Village of Yellow Springs and the greater Miami Valley, Ohio area.