English | Indiana Writing Workshop
W410 | 4359 | Ardizzone


W410 4359 ARDIZZONE
Indiana Writing Workshop

ARR (15) 2 CR.

June 27-July 2, 2004

The Indiana University Writers' Conference (IUWC) offers two hours
of undergraduate credit for participation in a poetry or fiction
workshop (for nonfiction, inquire at the IUWC office) as part of the
conference. Each workshop meets for two hours Monday through Friday,
with shorter meetings on Sunday and Friday. In addition to workshop
attendance, the final grade is based on revision of a manuscript
submitted as part of the application and on a statement of learning,
which must be submitted to the IUWC Director together with a copy of
the original, unrevised manuscript by no later than August 1.

To be eligible to receive credit, you must submit an application and
copies of your work by May 1 (late registration may occur until the
week of the conference). If you are accepted and want the credit,
you will be registered for two credit hours at in-state tuition
rates by the conference director. In addition to tuition and
unremittable fees owed directly to the IU Office of the Bursar, you
are also responsible for a $50 application fee and a $500 workshop
enrollment fee payable directly to the IUWC.  Students who apply
prior to May 1 may be considered for scholarship support to help
defray conference costs.  Application forms and more information are
available online at http://.www.indiana.edu/~writecon or by
contacting the IUWC office (writecon@indiana.edu, 855-1877).

IUWC workshop students may participate in all conference activities,
ranging from classes, panels, open mics, discussion groups, and
faculty readings to group outings. 2004 IUWC faculty include Li-
Young Lee, Maureen Seaton, and Karen Volkman (poetry workshops),
Michael Martone, Alyce Miller and Jean Thompson (fiction workshops),
Thomas Glave and Patricia Henley (fiction classes), Terrance Hayes
and Brigit Pegeen Kelly (poetry classes). Please contact Amy
Locklin, the IUWC  Director, alocklin@indiana.edu or 855-1877, with
any questions.