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One Pen Can Change the World

NWPNH, in partnership with ACLU-NH, is sponsoring the “One Pen Can Change the World” writing contest in which middle, high school and college students are invited to write about civil rights, social justice and free speech. The deadline for submissions is April 20th. Winners at each level will receive $250, and publication on each organization’s […]

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Writing Retreat Friday March 23rd –Sunday March 25th

Join NWPNH leadership for a writing retreat to be held at the Sarto Center in Hooksett beginning the evening of March 23rd through noon on March 25th. We will begin with a writing marathon in downtown Manchester ending with a read-around at a local restaurant. For the rest of the weekend, we will write, share […]

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2018 Scholastic Winners

Please click on the links to check out the winners: Gold Key Winners Silver Key Winners Honorable Mentions Click here to learn more.

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The Transgressive Power of Ordinary Acts

This was originally posted on April 26, 2016 here: https://becausewritingmatters.wordpress.com/2016/04/. We moved blogs. by Meg Petersen, Professor of English “My first contact with writing as such was under some trees, seated on benches of wooden planks, with a retired teacher who had set about helping the neighbor’s children who could not go to school to become literate. […]

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If you haven’t already, please join the #NWPNH conversation and like us on Facebook as well as follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @NWPNH. Please follow us on LinkedIn too: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nwpnh/.   

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Just Trust in the Process

DEDICATED TO THE TRIALS, TRIBULATIONS, AND EVOLUTION OF MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL WRITING PROJECT’S SUMMER INSTITUTE

Visit  http://justtrustintheprocess.blogspot.com/