Welcome to The Apprentice Writer, which annually features the best writing and illustrations from nearly 4,000 entries we receive each year from secondary schools throughout the United States. Every September we send copies printed as a public service by The Daily Item in Sunbury, PA to nearly 3,500 schools.
The Department of English & Creative Writing’s established program in Publishing and Editing gives our creative writing majors an opportunity to showcase what they have learned by working on one or more of the four magazines the Susquehanna University Writers Institute publishes each year.
Susquehanna’s Creative Writing major now enrolls over 150 undergraduate students who are taught primarily by six widely-published writers. Our program in Editing and Publishing gives our majors an opportunity to showcase what they have learned by working on one or more of the four magazines the Susquehanna Writers Institute publishes each year. If you are interested in learning more about the creative writing major and programs related to writing sponsored by the Writers Institute, visit the Writers Institute at http://www.susqu.edu/
Susquehanna University invites high school students to submit fiction, memoir, personal essay, photography, and or poetry for the Thirty- second volume of The Apprentice Writer.
The Apprentice Writer is now online as well as in print. View last year’s issue here: Volume 32.
Accepted poets, writers, and photographers come from an impressive variety of backgrounds spanning the globe. Click here if you are interested in exploring our index of works, categorized by place of origin.
Send material to be considered for next year’s Apprentice Writer to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure that you have carefully read and followed our Submission Guidelines before submitting your work for consideration.
Submission Dates: January 20 through March 10, 2016
Acceptance announcements will be mailed by May 13, 2016
Publication and distribution: September 2016