• Search

Write RI offers two writing opportunities for young people

Write RI offers two creative writing opportunities: 

Write Rhode Island announces Our Lives Now, a flash nonfiction writing project for Rhode Island students in grades 7-12. Students are invited to submit a reflection on their current experience during the Covid-19 outbreak. 

Submissions need to be 400 words or less. Entries will be published on the Write Rhode Island website and Facebook page, and included in the RICovidArchive.org, a digital archive co-managed by the Providence Public Library and Rhode Island Historical Society. Deadline is June 19, 2020.

Guidelines and submission link on our Submission page: https://writerhodeisland.submittable.com/submit/163139/our-lives-now-flash-non-fiction-2020

For more information, contact Diana at School One at dianac@school-one.org. Or visit our website, www.school-one.orgWrite Rhode Island’s Our Lives Now flash non-fiction program is a co-creation of School One and local authors Hester Kaplan and Taylor Polites.


Creative Writing Summer Program: Write Rhode Island’s Creative Writing Institute provides young writers the opportunity to develop their writing skills by writing in a fun, relaxed, and motivating environment.
Students can take classes in fiction, comic book creation, playwriting, photo storytelling and more. Classes are virtual and begin in July. Sessions are week-long or multi-week sessions. 


Students in grades 7-12 can register starting June 5, 2020. 

Visit School One’s website to see a full list of classes and early registration. www.school-one.org. Or contact Diana Champa at School One, 401-331-2497/dianac@school-one.org.

Leave a reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.