Aspiring sf writers: Clarion workshop closes to applications in two weeks

Aspiring science fiction and fantasy writers have two weeks left to get their applications in to this summer's Clarion Writers' Workshop at UC San Diego. I'm a Clarion grad, instructor and board member, and yup, I really believe in it. The Clarion format — a mix of intense writing and critiquing, along with extended personal instructions from six instructors in six weeks — is a great way to bootstrap your understanding of how to write sf, along with detailed business and professional advice.

Established in 1968, the Clarion Writers' Workshop is the oldest workshop of its kind and is widely recognized as a premier proving and training ground for aspiring writers of fantasy and science fiction.

Our 2012 writers in residence are Jeffrey Ford, Marjorie Liu, Ted Chiang, Walter Jon Williams, Holly Black and Cassandra Clare.

Clarion Writers' Workshop at UC San Diego