The IWP Publishing Gallery hosts work on the intersection between translation, creative writing, and language pedagogy, curated by colleagues worldwide.
Lanterns of Hope (2016) is a collection designed to showcase young poetic talent across Iraq. In Arabic, Kurdish and English. Publication supported by the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. Read it here.
A Knot Is Where You Tie a Piece of Rope: Burmese Writing in Iowa (2016) chronicles four decades of work from IWP participants from Burma/Myanmar. Read it here.
The program's online literary journal 91st Meridian publishes fiction, poetry, and nonfiction, often bilingually, and with a distinct bias in favor of world literature.
IWP Collections: a digital gallery featuring the creative work generated during exchanges, programs, and events hosted by the International Writing Program.
Evan Ryan, Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs at the US Department of State, writes about cultural diplomacy and the International Writing Program for the Harvard International Review.