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Nonfiction Writing Seminar 2015

Nonfiction Writing Seminar 2015 will center on the study and practice of writing creative nonfiction. It will be taught online by an IWP Distance Learning Instructor with a substantial publication and teaching record in literary nonfiction. The course will begin in late June and end in late August.

Upcoming International Writing Program MOOCs

Building on the success of our first creative writing MOOCs, we will open several new courses in 2015. Read more about our upcoming MOOCs.

Iraq Literary Review vol 3

Issue #3 of Iraq Literary Review, appearing in spring of 2015, includes critical essays, interviews and a selection of contemporary Iraqi and world poetry and prose.

Explore the International Writing Program's Media Gallery

The IWP Media Gallery gathers and makes searchable audiovisual records of the nearly five decades of IWP’s programming. Scores of readings, performances, panel presentations, interviews, documentaries of the program’s reading tours—both overseas and in the US—and on-line teaching materials can be located though the portal.

Reading Abroad: American Writers on Tour

The aim of IWP Reading Tours is two-fold: to introduce American writers to new and distinct literary-cultural landscapes, and to create opportunities for contact and collaboration.

The IWP’s Distance Learning Creative Writing Program

As the IWP’s distance learning initiative, the DLCWP seeks to maintain a visible, ongoing, and active IWP presence in the world. Programs are ongoing all year long, deepening existing connections and welcoming new collaborators.

WhitmanWeb, a multilingual gallery

Walt Whitman’s epic poem “Song of Myself” in 13 languages with commentaries, questions, images, and audio recordings. Now featuring a Romanian translation!

  • Nonfiction Writing Seminar 2015
  • Upcoming International Writing Program MOOCs
  • Iraq Literary Review vol 3
  • Explore the International Writing Program's Media Gallery
  • Reading Abroad: American Writers on Tour
  • The IWP’s Distance Learning Creative Writing Program
  • WhitmanWeb, a multilingual gallery

Lanterns of Hope: A Poetry Project for Iraqi Youth

Iraqi poets ages 16-23 are invited to join Lanterns of Hope: A Poetry Project for Iraqi Youth.

On the Map

Interviews with writers from the 2014 IWP fall residency... more

Seeds of Culture: Iowa City blogged by a friendly visitor

A blog by poet Andra Rotaru (IWP '14), this year's Community Engagement Fellow.

 Publishing GalleryThe IWP Publishing Gallery hosts work on the intersection between translation, creative writing, and language pedagogy,...
WhitmanWeb: a multilingual gallery
A gallery featuring Walt Whitman’s emblematic poem “Song of Myself," accompanied by commentaries and live readings, in English, Arabic, Chinese...
Iowa City: A UNESCO City of Literature
The City of Literature works to advance its mission of celebrating and supporting literature on a local, regional, national, and international...

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