Fiction writer Ari Lukas took 3rd Place in the Writer's Weekly 24-Hour Short Story Contest for her story "One Potato Two Potato." She won $200 and publication on WritersWeekly.com. Congratulations, Ari!
Ari recently completed How to Write Compelling Fiction, a Continuing Studies writing workshop taught by Angela Rydell.
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We help all types of writers hone their skills and overcome roadblocks on the way to publication, successful freelance writing or writing for pure enjoyment. We critique fiction and nonfiction, including nonfiction book proposals.
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For one week this summer immerse yourself in your own creative development, with the help of our professionals and workshops. Held at the beautiful Pyle Center on Lake Mendota, University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Graduate credits available.
Held every summer in Rhinelander, Wisconsin with an extensive creative writing program. The writing curriculum includes novel writing, poetry, playwriting and more.
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