The faculty includes award-winning writers Tim Horvath, Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich, Rita Banerjee, and Diana Norma Szokolyai. Genres include fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. The cost of the retreat is $2950, which includes tuition, lodging, and daily breakfast.
If you’d like to join us in Granada, please apply by June 1, 2017 by submitting 5-10 pages of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, or a play with a $10 application fee, a cover letter, and references. Please also include the following in your cover letter:
1. Full Legal Name
2. Contact Information (Email, Address, Phone)
3. Age & Nationality
4. Prior Workshop Experience and Publications
5. Creative Writing Goals for the Retreat
6. Short One-paragraph Biography
7. Contact of Two Personal References (Name, Email, Address, Phone, Relationship to Applicant)
Due to limited seats, early applications are encouraged. Applications due June 1, 2017. More information available at cww.nyc.
What happens after I apply?
Once you apply, you can expect to hear from us within 7-10 days and know whether you were accepted into the program. Once you are accepted, you will receive a welcome packet with detailed information regarding the program.
What is the process of paying tuition?
Once you are accepted into the program, you will need to pay a 30% tuition deposit to hold your seat within 3-5 days of acceptance. This amount is non-refundable. The remainder of tuition will be due by June 1, 2017. Our standard and preferred method of payment is PayPal invoice. You can also mail us a check. The deposit is non-refundable.
What is included in tuition?
- creative writing workshops
- craft of writing seminars
- lodging in Granada
- daily breakfast
WRITING RETREATS with the supportive faculty of the Cambridge Writers’ Workshop will take place in Granada, Spain (August 2–6, 2017) and Rockport, MA (October 13-15, 2017). Our 2017 retreat faculty include Tim Horvath, Dipika Guha, Emily Nemens, Adam Reid Sexton, Rita Banerjee, Diana Norma Szokolyai, Kerry Cohen, Maya Sonenberg and Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich. Genres include fiction, nonfiction, poetry, playwriting, and hybrid. Deadline for Scholarship Applications is June 1, 2017 for Granada, Spain.
If you are planning to apply for a scholarship for our Summer 2017 Writing Retreat, please submit a retreat application above, and a separate scholarship application with the information requested below. Please indicate which scholarship you are applying for, your reasons for applying, and which retreat you would like to be considered for.
- Diversity Scholarship
Diversity scholarships will be offered to minorities who show a commitment to creative writing. In your one-page cover letter, please describe how our writing retreat would make a difference in your writing life. Include a short bio (150-200 words).
- Student Scholarship
Student scholarships will be offered to students (both undergraduate and graduate, full or part time) who show a commitment to creative writing. In your one-page cover letter, please describe how our writing retreat would make a difference in your writing life. Include a short bio (150-200 words).
- Writer/Parent Scholarship
Writers/Parent scholarships will be offered to writers who show a commitment to creative writing and are raising children (infant through college). In your one-page cover letter, please describe how our writing retreat would make a difference in your writing life. Include a short bio (150-200 words).
Graphic Design Internship
Hours: 5-10 hours per week (NYC or remote commuting)
Duration: 1 year (renewable)
Deadline & Guidelines: Applications are due June 1, 2017. Submit a cover letter, resume and portfolio online.
The Cambridge Writers’ Workshop, Inc. seeks interns for our creative media team.
- Attending regular meetings with the executive board
- Designing clear and engaging graphic communications for print and web. This will include logos, branded promotional items, web site and social media graphics, posters, flyers, and other marketing materials as needed
- Basic HTML coding
- Researching creative inspiration
- Reading and following art and design news
- Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop and InDesign)
- Basic knowledge of HTML
- Knowledge of Illustrator
- Experience producing content on a timely basis
- Possess energy, enthusiasm, sense of humor, people skills, creativity
- Have organizational skills, strict attention to detail, & ability to meet deadlines
- Interest or experience in publishing
Address the following questions in your cover letter:
- What makes you excited about interning with the Cambridge Writers’ Workshop?
- How will your skills help us as an organization?
- What skills do you hope to gain from your experience with the Cambridge Writers’ Workshop?
Please also include a portfolio with 3-5 posters, flyers or other marketing material samples you have previously completed.
* This is an unpaid internship but course credit or Federal Work Study hours and course credit may apply. Please inquire about details at firstname.lastname@example.org
Help support the Cambridge Writers’ Workshop by becoming a member of our NING Writers’ Network. Your membership will help support our literary arts activities, workshops, and summer retreats. We are grateful for any and all support from our members.
All pledged members will have full access to the Cambridge Writers’ Workshop Membership Site and will be eligible for special offers on workshops and events. Members will also be able to share their creative work, post literary inquiries, network with others writers, and receive feedback on their work on the CWW NING Writers’ Network.
- $35 – Cambridge Writer’s Workshop Member & Ning Access