April 9, 2015
Young Writers' Workshop now accepting applications for July program
Do you know eighth-, ninth- or 10th-grade students who love to write? Encourage them to sign up for the second annual Young Writers’ Workshop, July 6-10.
Sponsored by the Department of English with support from the Beach Museum, the Young Writers' Workshop provides five days of creative writing workshops with the guidance of experienced K-State faculty and graduate students.
"We're looking forward to our second season of the Kansas State Young Writers' Workshop," said Katy Karlin, associate professor of English and program director.
"Last summer, a group of gifted young writers from the area joined us at the Beach Museum for a week of creativity and fun, and we are confident this summer's workshop will be even better, with group exercises, distinguished visitors and one-on-one work with experienced writing teachers," Karlin said.
Enrollment is free but limited to 15 students to ensure close attention to students' creative work.
Visit the program's Web page for application requirements and submission information. The priority deadline for applications is May 15.