A journal of feminism, gender, and sexuality. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jabberwocky: Writing for Children
Interested in writing for kids — stories, poetry, picture books?
Jabberwocky will bring together all those interested in writing,
illustrating, or otherwise being involved in the world of literature for children. If you’ve ever considered writing for kids, come check out Jabberwocky! For more
information please contact both Tracy Byford at email@example.com Kermit Oswald III at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Lacan discussion group. For more info contact Patricia Gherovici at email@example.com.
A journal of food and food writing. For more information contact
Penn and Pencil Club
A creative writing workshop for Penn employees. For more information, contact
Luellen Fletcher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pennomicon is a writing group for those who create worlds of fantasy,
science fiction and horror. Whether your medium is short story, novel, or screenplay, bring an idea to discuss, pages to read, or a writer’s block to smash, in the company of like minded visionaries. Please contact Matthew Spizuco (email@example.com) for details.
Penn Review is the premier mainstream magazine devoted to the literary
and visual arts on Penn’s campus. The magazine accepts literary and visual arts
submissions for annual publication. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Plays’ The Thing
An open-ended monthly play reading and thinking group, designed to get people together to study the genre of writing for theater and to share
and discuss their work. For more info contact Amy Freeman at email@example.com.
For writers, published or working in that direction, interested in sharing their stories while giving and receiving feedback. This is a mixed genre group —
fiction writers, memoirists, creative nonfiction writers and essayists.
Writing is submitted via the Internet, but critiqued in person using a
traditional writers workshop format with scheduled meetings. For more
information, please contact Martha Turner (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Suppose An Eyes
A poetry workshop where poets can come to share and discuss their work. For
more information contact Pat Green at email@example.com.
34th Street Poets
Meets weekly to workshop poems that range from experimental forms to carefully crafted sonnets.
Virginia Woolf Discussion Group
For Virginia Woolf, the politics is in the writing. With this in mind, our
discussions will focus on Woolf’s language and how it functions in her
texts. For more information, contact Judith Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is a group for Penn students working with middle school students on expository and creative writing projects. For more information contact email@example.com.