The College of Charleston houses one of the country’s premiere literary journals, Crazyhorse, published since 1960 and consistently ranked as among the top publishing venues in the nation. MFA students are offered opportunities to assist in the production of Crazyhorse.
Howling Bird Press, which administers its annual National Book Prize.
Students enrolled in the publishing concentration work as editors of a literary press that publishes a book-length collection of prose or poetry each year.
The 2021 Jackson Hole Writers Conference was held online from June 23 to June 27. The conference featured workshops in genres including poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction, as well as lectures, readings, and manuscript critiques. The faculty included poet Laurie Kutchins and fiction writer Tiffanie DeBartolo. Featured speakers included poets Jonathan Fink and Juan J. Morales; fiction writers Naomi Hirahara, Téa Obreht, and Dan Sheehan; and creative nonfiction writers Andrea Barnet and Megan Griswold.
Jackson Hole Writers Conference, P.O. Box 1974, Jackson, WY 83001.