Wheaton College Creative Writing
Interesting distillation of loss if this interpretation is believable
electricliterature.com Reading Frankenstein as a grieving mother
Giving thanks for ...
grammarly.com Have you ever struggled to make sense of a message because its author didn’t write clearly? Or maybe you wrote something that was misunderstood by…
poets.org Thanks - Listen
Food for thought that we all can use
insidehighered.com What should colleges be emphasizing to their students -- creation or criticism?
Good to know
grammarly.com How many times did you hear the phrase “tone and voice” in English class? You thought you didn’t need it, but now you’ve…
Congratulations to our graduates! They're going to do good things out there, we're sure of it. Best wishes, Izzie, Angie, Nami, Charlie, Jenny, Catherine, and Christina!
Food for thought, writers!
salon.com I think about the authors in disguise all around us when I’m in a restaurant or passing by a construction site
Celebrating our graduating seniors with Visiting Artist Kathryn Kulpa. A wonderful literary festival!
Sincerely yours ...
lithub.com My family didn’t keep tokens or uphold rituals. We knew we were a family because of what we didn’t say. We loved each other, but objects rarely served as reminders. We moved constantly, packing and…
Alumna Megan Collins reading and signing books at the Harvard Coop last night! Congratulations, Megan Collins Hatfield! It was wonderful, watching you up there reading like a boss!
Can be found in our creative writing workshops--2 to 3 workshops each semester
insidehighered.com Employers want college graduates who have “soft skills,” such as being a good listener or thinking critically, but they have difficulty finding such candidates, according to a new report.
monster.com How do you make sure you’re one of the new grads who lands a job after college? It starts with your resume. After all, that’s the first thing prospective employers see, so to break through in today’s competitive world, it’s got to be perfect—or it’s as good as recycled. We asked college ...
The annual get-together for CW majors featured a reading of original work written by the majors in the workshops, and an American high tea, in the gallery. Nice!
Welcome back, everyone! :-)
When the workshop comes for that one sentence with all the clauses.
Happy summer! We'll be back in late August.
Food for thought
Congratulations to our seniors, Emilia-Rose Demko, Abigail Epplett, William Funk, Francis Rosa, Lucas Rosa, Luke O'Neill, Connor Mathis, and Angelia Powers! We have enjoyed working with you and watching you grow. Now go do that thang, y'all! --Your profs, Deyonne B, Kent S, Charlotte M, and Sue S
Check it out: a paid internship with a literary organization in Oregon
catapult.co You'll get to work with our Portland Dream Team.
Francis Rosa '18, winner of 2018 Tate prize, with Dean [email protected] Convocation
News about our majors from the 2018 Honors Convocation.
Congratulations to Francis Rosa '18 for winning the Helen Myers Tate Memorial Prize for Original Verse.
Kudos to Lucas Rosa '18 for winning the Tania Frances Richards Sicard '05 Prize in Philosophy.
Way to go, Rosas!
The indomitable Christina Thompson at the start of her residency at Wheaton College
Thank you, Visiting Artist & Editor Christina Thompson, for spending the month of April with students in advanced fiction! Now we know.
Wonderful evening celebrating our seniors last night. Hearing them read their original work was so gratifying. Now our eye is on their big day on the Dimple! Well done, everyone!
It's time again to celebrate our seniors! Please join us, Thursday afternoon at 5 PM.
And now for some news about our alumnae! We can hardly wait to welcome them back as Visiting Artists!
So, we're getting news about our seniors' plans. Congratulations, Lucas Rosa, on the Watson Fellowship! Read the excerpt from the College website, in the comments below. (Photo by Keith Nordstrom)
Tell that nor'easter in New England it's spring break!
ahem ... advanced fiction workshop
quickanddirtytips.com Today’s topic is the complex-compound sentence. Most writers worth their fingertip calluses begin as avid readers. We read books, magazines, and websites indiscriminately until we start to notice the writing itself and marvel at the many forms a sentence can take. The complex-compound s
Diverse perspectives on the black American experience. Great selection!
"Perhaps the reissue of these books can be considered a new mini-Renaissance, in the sense of a rebirth."
Jennifer Baker explores the Harlem Renaissance titles newly reissued by Penguin Classics and their importance in gaining a new readership.
Creative Writing Wheaton College Massachusetts's cover photo
Food for thought, writers.
bigthink.com A new mapping method corrects not only for visual distortions but also for cultural ones.
[11/01/17] It's advising week. See your advisor. And, seniors, tally CREDITS not COURSES.
Essayist Jericho Parms giving a master class in creative nonfiction last Thursday. This and Esperanza Spalding ... such a privilege
Hope you all witnessed the result of this brilliance last night at the annual Loser concert. It was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!
Reserve a limited copy - http://found.ee/EspWeb-j "This project is going to be a little different from other ones I've done. You buy a blank CD. Then over 3 ...
Congratulations, Abby Epplett!
Phi Beta Kappa initiation ceremony.
Welcome back! Is everybody ready to do this?
Image Credit: Gemma Correll
Before we take a break for summer, we'd like to share some news we know about several of our majors, all rising seniors. Luke O'Neill '18 recently wrote a press release for the company he's working for this summer, and the piece has been picked up by almost 200 news sources including the Boston Business Journal, and can be seen by 83 million people. Bill Funk '18 is interning with the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization at the University of Washington in Bellevue, WA, assisting with the study and digitization of 19th century diaries. And, Emilia-Rose Demko '18 was offered an internship with Buzz Around, a newsletter of only good news. Nice!
Can't wait to hear what everyone else is up to, so feel free to post your news on our page. ... We'll be back in August!!
Well done, Camille, Su, Maggie! And, apparently, Maggie is already out of the door. She whizzed by so fast we could only get a glimpse of her. Go out there and be great, you three!
Maggie and Camille sharing the 2017 Myers Tate Prize in Original Verse. Congratulations!
BAC works to educate our peers about safe and responsible drinking and to provide a variety of alcohol-alternative events throughout the academic year.
Early childhood center enrolling infants, toddlers and preschool
Alumni Union for the Wheaton College Gentlemen Callers All-Male A Cappella Group- check out the "about" section for more info!
SAIL serves as an integral part of the educational process at Wheaton College. Our focus is to provide quality programs, services and activities.
Rhee Gold's Dance Life, formerly Dance Studio Life magazine offers information, education and inspiration for dance teachers and studio owners.
Angelic Sound is a small independently owned record label founded in 2003 by Dana and Terri Gary
The SEPAC is not just for parents of children with severe disabilities; if you have a child that has ADHD, anxiety, a learning disability or maybe he/she (or you) is just having a difficult time right now and you’re not sure why, we may be able to
Pine Street Child Care is a home-based preschool & child care center in Norton, MA. We offer care for children aged infant through pre-k.
The Marshall Center exists to affirm unique identities, to build a community that draws from them and to cultivate leaders who will introduce to the world the value of human diversity.
Association for Development, Advancement, and Productivity through Technology Training based in Massachusetts