Creative Writing Wheaton College Massachusetts

Creative Writing at Wheaton College Massachusetts, workshops in poetry, fiction, and playwriting

Electric Literature

For Native American Heritage Day, we've collected poetry, memoirs, and novels by and about Indigenous writers.

Short Stories About Racism, Discrimination, Prejudice or Stereotypes

Our recommended reading this summer. Take care and enjoy the summer! Introductory summaries and links to short stories about racism, discrimination or prejudice for students or avid readers.

Prof. Bryant's summer flash fiction writing [email protected] was wonderful with students from across the Northeast and as far away as India, Singapore, and (for a while) Nigeria! Yay, for online learning! Happy summer, everyone!

Another successful senior reading! Congratulations, Cheyenne, Evan, Maya, Lily, Rebecca, Laurie, Haley, Anna, Shannon, and Erin! We've enjoyed working with you.

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Annual Creative Writing Senior Reading . After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

Please join us tomorrow, Thursday, at 5 PM! Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Annual Creative Writing Senior Reading . After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

Fiction Workshop Remotely during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Emma Hert '22 and Prof. Bryant lead discussion of Emma's short story, with Jack Baker '22, Erin Balachandran '20, Corey Campbell '22, Thomas Canfield '22, Sydney Evans '21, Morgan Gerrish '21, Olivia James '21, Austin Smith '22, and Maya Wylie '20.

Bringing the Baby Back to Life - Electric Literature

Interesting distillation of loss if this interpretation is believable Reading Frankenstein as a grieving mother

23 More Words and Phrases You No Longer Need

Giving thanks for ... 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…

Thanks by W. S. Merwin - Poems | Academy of American Poets Thanks - Listen

I’d Rather Learn How to Create Than to Criticize

Food for thought that we all can use What should colleges be emphasizing to their students -- creation or criticism?

What’s the Difference Between Tone and Voice?

Good to know 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…


100% true.

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!

The working poor in the Hamptons: I cleaned a rich author's swimming pool while writing my own novel

Food for thought, writers! 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!

Notes on My Literary Minimalism

Dear writers,

Read this.

Sincerely yours ... 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!

Survey: Employers Want 'Soft Skills' From Graduates

Can be found in our creative writing workshops--2 to 3 workshops each semester 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.

How college seniors can get their resumes to the top of the pack before graduation

Good advice 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!

Literary Hub


"Self-discipline is enormously important—you can’t rely on inspiration or a novel would take ten years."

J.G. Ballard, born on this day in 1930, had some evergreen writing advice.

Electric Literature


Some writing advice from Isabel Allende, c/o The Atlantic.

Welcome back, everyone! :-)

When the workshop comes for that one sentence with all the clauses.

Happy summer! We'll be back in late August.

Literary Hub

Food for thought

Begin with character, don’t take yourself too seriously, and read as much as you can: Writing advice from Virginia Woolf.

Big Think

What's on your summer reading list?

Reading is a great way to practice being human.

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

Come Intern With Us in Portland! | Catapult

Check it out: a paid internship with a literary organization in Oregon 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.

Let's fix these together.

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!

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