Check below for a list of the honored writers and artists who will be published in the 2017 Connecticut Student Writers Magazine. With over 1,500 pieces submitted from about 400 different teachers and 200 different schools, there will be approximately 400 recognized writers published in the magazine.
Recognition night will be May 11, 2017, from 4:00-7:00PM in Jorgensen, with a keynote address from Gina Barreca!
Congratulations to all!
2017 CSW Artwork Honorees
2017 CSW Published Authors
2017 CSW Honorable Mentions
Congratulations Steve Staysniak, a SI 2012 Alum, for his publication on www.newstime.com! Read it here.
We have updated the CWP website in order to make it more friendly for users with mobile devices. We hope you enjoy our new format! Special thanks to Abigail Chipman, who volunteered countless hours this summer to assisting with the development of our updated site.
CWP director Jason Courtmanche will be teaching a class for UCONN’s ECE Pre-College Summer Program, titled Journeys and Monsters in Essay and Poem. Find out more about the course here.
The Connecticut Writing Project’s 2016 Student Writer’s Contest has officially concluded. An updated list of winners and honorable mentions can be found here. Also, we’re pleased to announce our featured artists here. Our thanks go out to all of the talented students, as well as the dedicated teachers and parents, who made this year’s Connecticut Student Writer’s contest a success. We look forward to seeing you at our annual awards night, Wednesday May 11th.
We are pleased to announce that the Connecticut Writing Project-Storrs has been selected to receive a 2016-17 Advanced Institute to Scale Up NWP’s College-Ready Writers Program grant in the amount of $20,000. The purpose of this grant is to invest in 12 – 16 experienced middle and high school Writing Project teacher-leaders through an Advanced Institute to take place during the summer of 2016 and continue during the 2016-17 school year for a minimum of 30 hours. At least two-thirds of the participating TCs will teach in a high-need school or have experience teaching in a high-need school. Our director, Jason Courtmanche, will be travelling to Washington D.C. with teacher-consultants Danielle Pieratti and Elizabeth Simison March 18-19 for a Launch Meeting of the CRWP Advanced Institute sites.
Welcome to our new and improved website. Watch this space for news and updates.