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Colgate Writers’ Conference
       
Website www.colgate.edu/writersconference
Year Established 1996
Program Description Morning craft talks & workshops. Individual consultation with workshop instructor in the afternoon. Late afternoon participant readings and talks on publishing, storytelling. Evening readings by instructors & guests. Late night social events.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 7 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 40-60
Program Focus Publishing, Poetry, Fiction, Non-fiction
Faculty Faculty and readers include fiction writers Brock Clarke, Brian Hall, CJ Hauser, and Naomi Jackson; creative nonfiction writers Bill Barich, Jennifer Brice, and David Ryan; and poets Peter Balakian, Bruce Smith, and Javier Zamora.
Costs Creative Nonfiction: $1,800 Novel: $1,800 Poetry: $1,250 Short Fiction: $1,250 Writers' Retreat: $750 Rates include room and board for the week. (See website for commuter rates.) Discounts and fellowships available!
U.S. Locations Hamilton, New York
Months June
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/colgatewritersconference
Contact Matt Leone
Director
Colgate Writers’ Conference
Office of Summer Programs, Colgate University, 13 Oak Drive
Hamilton, NY 13346
United States
Phone: 315-228-7771, 315-228-7770
E-Mail: writersconference@colgate.edu
E-mail Director Matt Leone: mleone@colgate.edu

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