The third annual creative writing camp at North Dakota State University will take place July 26-30. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, the camp is being offered both in-person (at NDSU) and virtually (via Zoom).
An impressive line-up of authors and artists has been assembled for this summer’s camp. Instructors will include:
Tom Hart (graphic memoir)
Kao Kalia Yang (fiction)
Brady Bergeson (screenwriting)
Peter Fane (fantasy world building)
Whitney Jacobson (creative nonfiction)
Miranda Larson (writing for tv/theatre)
Kayla Jones (identity and social justice)
Payal Doshi (children’s books)
Crystal Gibbins (environmental writing)
Greg Brister (flash fiction or poetry)
William Heinzen (fantasy)
Nick Healy (fiction)
Students attending in person will receive daily snacks and lunch. The in-person cost is $200 and the virtual option $150. Scholarships are available for anyone with financial limitations. Registration costs include all materials and a camp t-shirt.
Please note that lodging through NDSU is not available.
Please help promote this camp to the young people in your life!
Last year, the camp had 33 students attend virtually. Questions from educators and administrators, potential students, arts organizations are all welcome.
A limited number of scholarships are available. Contact camp director Jamee Larson at firstname.lastname@example.org.