Whether you’ve been writing for years, recently graduated from an MFA program, or have just now decided to take the leap out of your private notebooks and into a classroom, you’ll find a Kenyon Review Writers Workshop to help you accomplish your literary goals.
JUNE 17-24, 2017
Fiction: Lee K. Abbott, E.J. Levy, Nancy Zafris
Nonfiction: Rebecca McClanahan, Dinty Moore
Poetry: David Baker, Joanna Klink, Carl Phillips
JULY 8-15, 2017
Fiction: Christopher Tilghman, Nancy Zafris
Nonfiction: Geeta Kothari
Poetry: Natalie Shapero
Nature Writing: David Baker
NEW! Translation: Katherine Hedeen, Elizabeth Lowe
Online applications open January 12, 2017.
The Kenyon Review Writers Workshop focuses on the generation and revision of new work. Instructors employ challenging exercises and lead the groups in close readings and discussions of participants’ work. Workshops are small and intensive, with only ten writers per class. In addition, the instructors schedule individual meetings to discuss assignments and projects. Workshops in fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction will be offered in June and July this year. Tuition, including room and board, is $2,295. Online applications open January 12, 2017. Admissions are rolling, so apply early!