Please press this link to access the 2018 Taste of the Writing Project: NWPNH Annual Conference session handouts and/or presentations.
By Mary Doyle, PSU Student The Verdict “Terrible,” I judged myself aloud after listening to the audiotaped writing conference that I had with sixth grader Ethan about his poem. His effort to create a rich, rhythmic, and thoughtful poem deserved so much more. I was afraid to count the number of times I uttered the […]
by Meg Petersen, Professor of English The National Writing Project in New Hampshire is an affiliate of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards to manage the awards for the New Hampshire writing region. This means we are responsible for publicizing the contest, for collecting submissions, for assembling a panel of qualified judges as well as awarding […]
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 […]
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 […]