Narrative Witness, Indigenous Peoples: Australia-United States
In August, the IWP will open a new artist-writer exchange.
Building on the success of our first creative writing MOOCs, we will open several new courses in 2015. Read more about our upcoming MOOCs.
After something of a hiatus, 91st Meridian is back in publication. The Spring 2015 issue features a selection of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction works.
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.
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.
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.
Walt Whitman’s epic poem “Song of Myself” in 13 languages with commentaries, questions, images, and audio recordings. Now featuring a Romanian translation!
Lanterns of Hope: A Poetry Project for Iraqi Youth
Oonya KEMPADOO (IWP '11) talks to the Caribbean Review of Books about rendering Caribbean speech in prose, writing Port of Spain as a literary character, and tackling the complexity of contemporary Caribbean life in fiction.