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2023 Creative Writing Prizes Submission Deadline

The deadline to submit to the 2023 Creative Writing Prizes is March 27, 2023 at 4 p.m. ET. Open to Dartmouth undergraduate students. Learn more at dartgo.org/cw-prizes.

Monday, March 27, 2023
All Day
Intended Audience(s): Students-Undergraduate
Categories: Arts and Sciences

The Department of English and Creative Writing invites Dartmouth undergraduate students to submit to the 2023 Creative Writing Prizes. Each spring, the department awards prizes for undergraduate writing in poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. The deadline to submit is Monday, March 27, 2023, at 4:00 PM ET. For more information about prizes and submission instructions, visit dartgo.org/cw-prizes. Email english.department@dartmouth.edu with questions.

The 2023 Creative Writing Prizes judge is JoAnn Wypijewski. JoAnn Wypijewski is a writer and editor based in New York. She has written for numerous magazines, including The Nation, where she was an editor from 1982 to 2000. Her latest book is an essay collection, What We Don't Talk About: Sex and the Mess of Life (Verso, 2020/21). Among the many books she has edited or contributed to, the most recent is Zapatista Stories for Dreaming An-Other World (PM, 2022), the Colectivo Relámpago's English translation of allegorical tales by Subcomandante Marcos, for which she also wrote the foreword. She is on the editorial committee of the New Left Review, has collaborated with photographers and filmmakers in the US and UK, has received a number of honors for her writing, and co-founded, with John Scagliotti, the Kopkind Colony, a summer seminar/retreat project in Vermont for political journalists, activists and documentary filmmakers. From 2015 to 2017 she held the honorary chair of Belle Zeller Visiting Professor at Brooklyn College. She is currently resuming work on a book for Farrar Straus titled Valiant, journeys through America in a time of crack-up.

For more information, contact:
Department of English and Creative Writing

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