SCCC CREATIVE WRITING FESTIVAL

Professor Sarah Kain Gutowski watching our youngest attendee ever while her mother, essayist Amy Leach. These sessions are for students and teaching faculty. Keynote speaker Spiro Carras listens to a question. They are discussion sessions with topics related to issues in genres, publishing, teaching, and the profession of writing. Photos of the Festival. A Celebration of Teaching and Writing.

Featured reader Amy Leach. Professors Ed Erikkson and Douglas Howard. Thompson in a writing workshop. HUM Poster Session: Photos of the Festival.

Professor Maria Kranidis introduces our keynote speaker. Professor Michael Boecherer attends to registration at the luncheon. Photos of the Festival.

Epstein Visiting Writer Award. Jones and Sue Halpern. Welcome Address and Reading featuring Ashley M. A Celebration of Teaching and Writing.

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First Book Visiting Writer Award. Professor Dawn Wing leading her workshop. Professor Dawn Wing’s graphic novels next to the books of her mentor, artist Lynda Barry.

The 7th Annual SCCC Creative Writing Festival’s Conference Day

Held annually on the Michael J. First Book Visiting Writer Award. Epstein Visiting Writer Award. Featured reader Amy Leach. Workshop facilitator Barbara Branca.

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Conference Day

These sessions are for students and teaching faculty. Epstein Visiting Writer Awards. As always, we are bringing professional writers and teaching faculty from across fesgival country to engage with SCCC students and faculty, and members of the Suffolk County community, for a day of conversation, writing, and celebration.

Thompson in a writing workshop.

Photos of the Festival

HUM Poster Session: Professors Ed Erikkson and Douglas Howard. Keynote speaker Spiro Carras answers an audience member’s question. Madonna and Justin Timberlake. Keynote speaker Spiro Carras.

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First Book and Lawrence J. Keynote speaker Spiro Carras listens to a question. Photos of the Festival. Professor Sarah Kain Gutowski watching our youngest attendee dreative while her mother, essayist Amy Leach. Festival attendees at the luncheon. A moderated discussion with critically acclaimed writers about their writing processes, the genres they write in, and the art and profession of writing. In a writing workshop following the morning’s featured reading.

Last minute preparations at the registration table. Our week of events features a series of faculty and student readings, plus additional creative writing workshops from April April 27,culminating in our traditional all-day conference.

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Professor Dawn Wing reviews her notes for her workshop.

Held annually on the Michael J. Professors Ken Wishnia and Lisa Melendez participate in one of the workshops.