The Toronto Writing Project in the Centre for Urban Schooling at OISE is composed of teachers, activists, and researchers who view writing as a mechanism for addressing equity issues across subject matter, across core subjects.
TWP encourages formal and informal research opportunities for youth and teachers working individually and collaboratively to address equity issues in their classrooms, schools, and communities.
Last summer, we had the great fortune of having Jenny Offill and Tracey Lindberg as our visiting authors.
This year, we'll have Ben Fountain, whose novel, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk, is one of the most accomplished, incisive and bitterly funny books about contemporary America.
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He was on the writing staff of the television series Orphan Black and, most recently, was a screenwriter for the forthcoming animated feature film Charlotte, about the German-Jewish artist Charlotte Salomon.
The Summer Workshop in Creative Writing is the companion to our Creative Writing by Correspondence program and the highlight of the year at the Humber School for Writers.
The quality of our faculty and the demonstrable success of our graduates marks Humber as one of the best writing retreats in North America.
Located at our beautiful Lakeshore Campus, it's proved to be an inspiring, challenging and life-altering week for aspiring writers for more than 25 years. His fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Kyo Maclear is an essayist, novelist and children’s author.