Fiction and poetry workshops

Offered by the Department of English Language and Literature at Carleton University

  • ENGL 2903 Fiction Workshop
  • ENGL 3903 Intermediate Fiction Workshop

These workshops are open to all students. Students must submit a portfolio and enrolment is limited.
http://www.carleton.ca/english

Sessional instructor Richard Taylor also teaches the following workshops. For details: http://www.taylorswave.ca

  • An eight-week writing workshop at Collected Works Bookstore and Coffee Bar. The workshop is held three times a year, in the fall, winter and spring
  • Write By The Lake, a week-long¬†writers’ retreat at a private lake 30 minutes from Ottawa.
  • Introduction to Travel Writing, Algonquin College, Spring 2010

Poetry workshops

Offered by the Department of English Language and Literature

  • ENGL 2901 Poetry Workshop
  • ENGL 3901 Intermediate Poetry Workshop

These workshops are taught by Associate Professor Armand Ruffo and Ottawa poet Michelle Desbarats.

Offered by the In/Words Writers Circle
Informal workshops and informal English Literature Society workshops.

In/Words is a literary magazine that is published through the Department of English Language and Literature at Carleton University.
http://www.carleton.ca/inwords

Writing Circles

In/Words’ Writers’ Circle
http://www2.carleton.ca/english/student-groups

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