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Events

2014–15 Events Calendar

2014 Writers Week
November 3-7
uncw.edu/writers/writersweek

 

News & Accolades

Michael White releases new poetry book: Vermeer in Hell

Spring 2015 Visiting Writers: Patricia Hampl and Aimee Nezhukumatathil

Books published by our students and alumni

 

Our Journals & Imprint

Chautauqua (submit)

Ecotone (submit)

Lookout Books

 

Aspiring Writers

Editorial Freelancing

Find an Agent

Publish Your Book

Where to Send Your Work
(an independent ranking of journals)

Writers Groups

The Arts Council of Wilmington & NHC

 

 

Prospective BFA Students

Students walking on a pier at Baldhead Island

The caliber of talent and level of challenges posed in our workshops taught us story, arc, character, and every other essential component to high-level writing. —Jason Neese, BFA, 2002, Post-production, ABC studios

Overview

We encourage our graduate students to become people of letters, and our goals for undergraduate students are no less ambitious. We offer a broad liberal arts education that fosters creativity, exercises communication skills, sharpens analytical perception, and encourages informed, integrated cultural viewpoints. More >

Degree Requirements

BFA candidates must complete a minimum of 124 hours of undergraduate study. In addition to meeting UNCW's Basic Studies requirements, the students must complete 54 hours toward the major in creative writing. More >

Apply

Students may declare a major in Pre-Creative Writing at any point upon completing at least 24 hours of college credits. Admission to the full Creative Writing major comes through application only. More >


Why Creative Writing?
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