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Now Accepting Applications for the Online Certificate Program in Novel Writing

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Have you always wanted to write a novel?
The Online Certificate Program in Novel Writing is designed to help you fulfill that dream.

We've created a seven-course program that will guide you down the path from plotting your idea to creating a full manuscript. Applications are now being accepted for Fall 2017. LEARN MORE
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Applications are now being accepted. Deadline to apply:
June 2, 2017, 5:00 pm PDT
"The Online Certificate Program in Novel Writing provided me with both a stimulating infrastructure and a steadfast community of support, granting me the necessary permission to complete an entire novel draft. The committed writing instructors, thoughtfully-planned curriculum, and connection to some of the resources of Stanford's renowned Stegner Writing Program all contributed to a compelling, two-year experience. I wish the program were twice as long, and I'd recommend it highly to any serious writer."

Howard, Northern California



STEP 1: Pay the $80.00 application fee by registering for OWA 001. Please note: The application fee is non-refundable and only valid for one application cycle.

STEP 2: Complete all application requirements (incomplete applications will NOT be accepted):

a.      Application Form (download here)
b.      Writing Exercises
i.      Personal Statement
ii.     Fiction Writing Sample
iii.    Classroom Feedback Sample


STEP 3: Submit your application materials to canvas.stanford.edu. You will log in with your Continuing Studies username and password.

Stanford Continuing Studies celebrates the recent success of Online Writing Certificate student Elaine Ray, who received the 2016 Gival Press Short Story Award. Her story, titled "Pidgin," was chosen by competition judge Thomas H. McNeely, who happens to be an instructor in the OWC program, although he never taught Elaine. The award carries a prize of $1,000 and publication in the ejournal ArLiJo (Arlington Literary Journal), Issue 95. Here is a link to Elaine's story: http://arlijo.com/

For more information about the Online Writing Certificate Program in Novel Writing, please visit: csp.stanford.edu/writingcertificate
Stanford Continuing Studies, 365 Lasuen Street, Littlefield Center, Stanford, CA 94305

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