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Join Storyfort and CWI for The Novel Life – a dive deep into processes, practicalities, passions, and how the conception and writing of a novel gets done.
Congratulations to students recognized for exceptional creative nonfiction, critical analysis, fiction, first-year writing, literature-based and original research, poetry, and technical writing.
Congratulations to Greg Wilson, College of Western Idaho’s Faculty of Distinction for January 2021.
Submissions for the 2021 President's Writing Awards contest are due by midnight Saturday, March 6.
CWI is excited to welcome renowned poet, Jimmy Santiago Baca, to campus virtually for a reading and workshop Tuesday, Oct. 27.
This event has been postponed until September. Stay tuned for more information.
College of Western Idaho's annual President's Writing Awards contest is now open for submissions.
Submissions for this year's Micro Fiction Contest must be submitted by Feb. 28.
Malia Collins, Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing at CWI, was named Idaho Writer in Residence.
Documentary featuring English instructor, Liza Long’s, family wins Peabody Award for being one of the year’s stories that matter.
Stonecrop, the College’s student-run literary magazine, is hosting a launch party for the unveiling of its second issue, May 9.
Join CWI English faculty along with authors, poets, storytellers, and more during Storyfort, March 20 to 24.
English faculty member, Ryan Witt, facilitates workshop focused on tools to help students from all backgrounds succeed.
Faculty who teach General Education courses recognized for exemplary teaching, creativity, excellence, delivery, and service.
Storyfort and College of Western Idaho are proud to present Writing the Novel with novelists, Jonathan Evison and Jamie Ford.
Join us as we welcome award-winning author, speaker, and actress, Rema Zaman, to campus for a reading of her memoir.
Stonecrop, College of Western Idaho’s student-run, literary magazine, is now accepting submissions for its next issue to be released this spring.
Art and creative writing students collaborate to create a visual story of the written word.
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