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This year’s Novel Life event will feature bestselling authors, Jason Mott, Jennifer Haigh, and Jonathan Evison.
Get paid to do your homework! CWI students are invited to submit their writing to this annual contest for a chance at publication on the College’s website and cash prizes. Submissions are due March 4.
A course that teaches application of literary theory to texts may sound abstract and even impractical at first, but for students in Liza Long’s class, their final project offered a real-world publishing opportunity.
A short film created by Assistant Professor of Art, Goran Fazil, and English Adjunct, Dževad Vrabac, was accepted into the 2021 Monologues & Poetry International Film Fest.
Resources, training, and contests during CTL's Accessibility Week for faculty highlight how small changes can help students access and engage in courses.
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 the inaugural group of CWI faculty who now hold the rank title of Professor.
Congratulations to CWI instructors, Liza Long, Anna Gamboa, Cathy Carson, Hollie Leavitt, Joel Gladd, and Charles Dickinson!
Congratulations to students recognized for exceptional creative nonfiction, critical analysis, fiction, first-year writing, literature-based and original research, poetry, and technical writing.
CWI is excited to welcome renowned poet, Jimmy Santiago Baca, to campus virtually for a reading and workshop Tuesday, Oct. 27.
Congratulations to Dave Nicholas, College of Western Idaho’s Faculty of Distinction for February 2020.
Join CWI Anthropology Professor, Nikki Gorrell, Tuesday, March 10, for a discussion on her fieldwork in Mayan communities.
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.
Join College of Western Idaho’s English department for a poetry reading by poet, Gretchen Primack, Nov. 12.
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.
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