UNC Asheville's Creative Writing Summer Program for Rising 6th-12th Graders
"Write Now," a creative writing program for high school students, returns this summer to UNC Asheville, now with a new session for rising 6th-8th graders. Write Now offers each participating student experience in different styles of writing – fiction, creative non-fiction and poetry – under the tutelage of Asheville's finest writing instructors.
For high school students, the 2014 Write Now session will take place June 16-27, Monday through Friday. During the two-week session, students will be able to write and share their own work with other area students, culminating in a reading at the end of the second week. New this year will be hour-long, end-of-day sessions featuring speakers who are experts in various aspects of writing, including college essay writing, SAT verbal preparations, as well as many topics in creative writing.
The session for middle school students will last one week and take place June 16-20. These sessions will allow students to write, share, and discuss their work, and they will also attend the hour-long, end-of-day sessions that are new to the program this year.
Many more details are still to come for both programs, so stay tuned! Please contact Nancy Williams with any questions at 828.250.2353 or email@example.com.
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