at The Swanley Working Men's Club (upstairs), High Street, Swanley.Contact Elaine Everest on 01322 662364 or email [email protected] or [email protected]The Society of Sussex Authors was founded in 1968.
The true business of school is not to chain the students to preconceived ideas, but to set them free to discover their own ideas and to help them bring all their powers to bear upon the problem of learning.
The English Department's elective program in creative writing is open to students in all grades, supporting young writers throughout their development with a progressive series of workshops.
Students are encouraged to participate in the wider life of the writer, submitting their writing, editing , the school's literary magazine, and sharing their work at one of the program's many public readings.
Introduction to Creative Writing: Students write poetry and fiction, growing comfortable in a workshop setting as they learn how to discuss one another's work.
We also host a number of critique groups and provide other support.
All queries to [email protected] or visit us at uk Swanley Scribblers meets every Monday from 8 - 10 p.m.
Students exercise a role in building their writing community through residencies at the Louis Armstrong House Museum, the CUNY-wide Turnstyle Reading Series and The MFA Program is happy to announce a new opportunity for students who have already earned an MFA and would like to take a course in our program.
Please write to MFA Director Nicole Cooley at [email protected] for more information.
Our MFA program, one of only two in the nation to offer literary translation as a track within a creative writing program, reflects Queens itself—the country’s most culturally diverse borough.
Our students write and learn in the perfect setting for tradition and innovation.