2022-23 CWP CONNECTICUT STUDENT WRITERS

2022-23 CWP CONNECTICUT STUDENT WRITERS

2022-23 Letters About Literature

2022-23 Letters About Literature

2022-23 Scholastic Writing Contest

Scholastic Writing Contest

WOBG Call for Submissions 2023

WOBG Call for Submissions 2023

Upcoming Events

  1. 2/17 Write On, Black Girl! Submission deadline
  2. 2/25 CWP Teacher-as-Writer workshop
  3. 3/25 CWP Teacher-as-Writer Workshop
  4. 4/22 CWP Teacher-as-Writer Workshop
  5. 5/20 CWP Teacher-as-Writer Workshop

RSS The Write Space

  • Narrative Is Where It's At February 3, 2023
    One of the most rewarding things about teaching is when you have a really good class. Not just a class that behaves but a class that builds a community, where intellect and creativity are valued, where friendships and relationships form, where the students simply like one another and like being in a room together.   […]
    Jason Courtmanche
  • The Intangible Benefits of Teaching January 25, 2023
    I had a really pleasant, impromptu conversation with one of my students yesterday evening. Sofia was waiting in the hallway for her boyfriend’s class to end, and I was waiting in my office for Cory’s class to end. Sofia’s my advisee and has taken a couple classes with me and is applying to the school […]
    Jason Courtmanche

 

Undergraduates in Publication

Rowan O’Connell in The Hartford Courant‘s Fresh Talk series for writers under 30.

Natalie Bennett in The Hartford Courant‘s Fresh Talk series for writers under 30.

Shayne DePalma in the CT Jewish Ledger.

McKenna Oberheim in Women’s Media Center FBomb.

Nicole Catarino in Women’s Media Center FBomb.

Multimodal Student Publications

The Children’s Table Podcast

A podcast produced by professors Kate Capshaw, Anna Mae Duane, and Victoria Ford Smith of the UConn English Department.

NPR Student Podcast Challenge

A podcast produced by students in Amy Nocton’s Early College Experience Spanish class at EO Smith High School.

NY Times Coming of Age challenge

#16 is a YouTube video produced by James Shivers’ students at the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts.

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