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The American University of Paris invites you to its 3 week Creative Writing Courses in Paris, June 29- July 20

We greatly enjoyed the participation of many of your students during last year’s version of our Summer Creative Writing Institute in Paris.  It was a great success, and we are delighted to announce the 5th edition of our lively program at the American University of Paris .

We would like to extend an invitation to those who might enjoy three weeks this summer in Paris, sharing their poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction with very talented workshop members and working with an attentive faculty.

The 2016 Summer Creative Writing Workshop includes weekly readings by internationally recognized authors, combined classes for guest speakers, and Paris literary field trip/writing assignments.  Invariably, one of the very best parts of our program is the final student reading and celebration.

We pleased to announce that we are developing affiliations with off-campus study programs at several universities and offer a new two-track B.A. in Creative Writing.

For More Information:

Summer Tuition and Costs

How to Apply

AUP Creative Writing Program



We would like to invite students to submit work to this years Stony Brook Short Fiction Prize. We seek original fiction from undergraduate students and offer a prize of $1000 for a story that stirs, shifts, or shakes us in some way.  This is a rewarding opportunity for aspiring writers to take advantage of.
Out of our desire to keep this contest accessible to all, we do not charge a fee for submissions.  We also ensure that judges read stories blindly, without knowledge of the entrant’s identity or academic institution, because what matters to us fundamentally, is the work itself.
The deadline to submit is April 15, 2016.  Students can read more about the contest at:
We do hope to see submissions from the undergraduate class, and eagerly await reading their stories!