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The focus of our creative writing program is on the interchange between reading and writing.
Literature courses form a significant portion of the curriculum, and introductory creative writing courses emphasize reading published writing in the genre in question, with a view to technical development.
QWF runs two regular seasons of writing workshops per year, in Spring (March to May) and Fall (October to December).
Registration for the Spring workshops opens in January, and for the Fall workshops in August.
This opportunity is a component of our new “Fresh Pages” initiative, which is designed to help aspiring writers and playwrights who are Indigenous, Black, or persons of colour develop their literary writing.
A modest bursary is available to help with such costs as childcare or travel, and each scholarship recipient will receive a free one-year membership in QWF.
Before starting a programme, you need to have a basic knowledge of the English language.
Concordia University has been offering creative writing courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels for over 25 years, and has become a training ground for several generations of Canadian writers.