Creative Writing Workshops
Creative Write Time!
Creative Write Time! provides students with a weekly open space to productively and creatively write. Any student writer may bring their own in-progress works, use provided prompts, or free-write each Thursday from 4:00 to 5:00.
This workshop allows for written expression in an environment that is safe and allows writers to set aside time in their busy schedules to consistently write.
Great for writers of all calibers, Write Time! welcomes any student who wants to write.
Creative Writers’ Circle
The Creative Writers' Circle following Creative Write Time! offers students the opportunity to share and evaluate their work in a judgement-free environment while listening to feedback from their peers. Any student writer may bring their work to be discussed in these student-led workshops which are open to all literary works.
Creative Write Time! and the Creative Writers’ Circle are fun, relaxed environments designed to help diverse groups of writers find their voice. Come create and share your work with us!
Meetings are Thursdays from 4:00-5:00PM (Creative Write Time) and 5:00-6:20PM (Creative Writers’ Circle) in the Writing Center, room 108.
Feel free to follow us on Facebook to make appointments with our tutors for creative writing and other writing assignments!
“All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know.”
- Ernest Hemingway
Our Creative Writing Coordinator:
Victoria Kuykendall worked as a poetry judge at Persona magazine for two editions and is now a tutor and the Creative Writing Coordinator at the Texas State Writing Center. She is a Senior currently going to school to receive a bachelor’s in English and a minor in Leadership Studies. She has made the Dean’s List three times thus far each with a 4.0 and is expecting to graduate cum laude. Victoria is a five time published author in works such as Expressions!, AIPG, and CC&D Magazine. She also won Grand Champion in the Love Public Speaking Festival here at Texas State University for her speech on Diversity in Children’s Literature. Her hobbies include playing video games like The Wolf Among Us, eating sushi, and traveling. Victoria hopes to become a professor and to change the world and the way people perceive it through literary works.
For more information, please call the Writing Center at 512-245-3018 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.