PNCA's Low Residency Creative Writing Attending AWP Philly 2022
March 16, 2022
This year, representatives from Pacific Northwest College of Art’s (PNCA) Low-Residency Creative Writing (LRCW) MFA program will attend the annual Association of Writers & Writing Programs (AWP) Conference & Bookfair in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from March 23 to 26.
Program Head Jay Ponteri, Creative Writing Fellow Justin Duyao and Critical Studies MA student Heaven-Leigh Carey will represent the program in Booth #361.
Come visit us to learn more about PNCA’s exciting LRCW MFA program, as well as the numerous opportunities that come with studying writing in a school of art and design, known for its strong support of interdisciplinary practices, in one of the nation’s foremost literary hubs.
More about AWP:
The AWP Conference & Bookfair is the annual destination for writers, teachers, students, editors, and publishers of contemporary creative writing. It includes thousands of attendees, hundreds of events and bookfair exhibitors, and four days of essential literary conversation and celebration. The AWP Conference & Bookfair has always been a place of connection, reunion, and joy, and we are excited to see the writing community come together again in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2022.
In light of the tremendous success of the virtual 2021 AWP Conference & Bookfair, AWP will incorporate a virtual component to #AWP22. In addition to offering an in-person event schedule in Philadelphia from March 23-26, 2022, we will also offer an array of prerecorded virtual events.
A virtual-only registration will be available for #AWP22 at a reduced registration rate. The in-person registration will include all in-person and virtual programming.
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