The Chippewa Valley Writers Guild is pleased to partner with Cirenaica for their second year of summer residencies! Nestled on 43 acres of hills, farmland, and forest near the quaint village of Fall Creek, Wisconsin, their residencies promise participants of all levels and genres an intensive yet rejuvenating experience amidst an inspiring backdrop. The first […]
Chicago Women in Publishing (CWIP) is hosting a full-day workshop on Saturday, March 11. The event has a unique character, in that it focuses on creating, publishing, and promoting a niche-market nonfiction book to use as a marketing and branding tool for businesses. The even lasts from 9:30 am – 4:00 pm, interested students can […]
Tent: Creative Writing is a free week of workshops, literary seminars, and conversations for twenty writers of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for writers curious about connections between Jewishness and contemporary culture. The program runs July 16-23, and will be lead by Sam Lipsyte (ficiton), Lisa Olstein (poetry), and Eileen Pollack (nonfiction). Those interested must submit […]
The deadline for applications to Campus 1871 has been extended to this Friday, February 10. The weekend-long event takes place from March 31- April 2 and will be attended by universities across the Illinois and the Chicagoland area. At Campus 1871 you and a team will pitch and then develop a unique idea for a business startup that […]
The deadline to apply for scholarships to the Minnesota Northwoods Writers Conference is approaching! Official conference applications are due May 1, but scholarship applications are due February 20. The conference takes place this summer June 19-25, at Bemidji State University in small town northern Minnesota. The conference fee is $550, however, several $300 scholarships will be awarded based upon […]
Chicago Women in Publishing (CWIP) is holding an educational event on Manuscript Editing on Wednesday, January 18. The even will be from 5:30-8:00 PM on the 40th floor of the U.S. Bank Building. The event is $10 for student members, and $25 for nonmembers. Register online here, and find full details on the press release […]
The Newberry Library’s Center for Renaissance Studies is hosting a research methods workshop for early graduate students this winter on March 3. The workshop, “Text Analysis Tools for Early Modern Literature: The Case of Margaret Cavendish” focuses on the works of prolific 17th Century author Margaret Cavendish, using her works as a case study to introduce […]
LAS Student Government Senators, Benjamin Bui and Bohdana Bohny, along with Student Government Executive Vice President, Kristina Pouliot, are hosting an event on marketing humanities degrees. The event, “Learn, Acheive, Succeed: How to Market your LAS Degree” will be March 1st from 4:30-5:30 pm in A&L Room 207. Panelists include Gene Beiriger (Dept. History), Ed Childs (Career Center LAS Specialist), and LAS […]
DePaul professor Miles Harvey will be one of the faculty at the University of New Orleans’ creative writing workshops in Cork, Ireland this summer. The program takes place June 17 – July 16. Find out more information on the flyer below, or visit the program’s website here.
DePaul’s Career Center continues The Rogue Series with an exciting new workshop focusing on creative methods of networking, “Story Catchers: Making Impressions Stick.” The workshop takes place February 10 & 24 from 3:00 – 5:00 pm. Find out more on the flyer below, or join the event through Handshake!