University of Pittsburgh

Pitt is where ... Jeanne Marie Laskas will teach you how to talk with difficult characters. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Irina Reyn will teach you to write from the dark side. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Yona Harvey will teach you how to become your own best teacher. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Bill Lychack will help you turn self doubt into a powerful writing tool. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Peter Trachtenberg will teach you to find the music in facts. Learn More >
Pitt is where... Lynn Emanuel will help you get over the perfect poem fetish. Learn More >
Pitt is where... Ellen McGrath Smith will show you how to walk the line between prose and poetry. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Dawn Lundy Martin will teach you to sing the song that cannot be sung. Learn More >
Pitt is where... Tom McWhorter will get you and your craft elements working hard. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Katie Booth will teach you to know and love beautiful sentences. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Geeta Kothari will show you how to reinvent the family memoir. Learn More >
Pitt is where... Cindy Skrzycki will teach you to write like an athlete—in a good way. Learn More >
Pitt is where ... Jeff Oaks will teach you the art of attention. Learn More >

Events

Sep 26

PCWS Presents Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah

Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah is an American essayist whose work has appeared in GQ,The Paris Review,The Believer, and The New York Times Learn More >

Oct 10

Co-lab and Reading with Jonah Mixon-Webster

A reading and workshop with Jonah Mixon-Webster, author of Stereo(TYPE), winner of the 2017 Sawtooth Poetry Prize.  Learn More >

Oct 18

PCWS Presents Chinelo Okparanta

Chinelo Okparanta is the author of a story collection, Happiness Like Water, and a novel, Under the Udala Trees. In 2017, she was Learn More >

Oct 25

The Black Ecstatic

Featuring poets Airea D. Matthews, Roger Reeves, and Safiya Sinclair and interdisciplinary artist and filmmaker Jamal T. Lewis, with a discussion Learn More >

Nov 08

PCWS Presents Bhanu Kapil and Jackie Wang

Bhanu Kapil is the author of a number of full-length works of poetry, including The Vertical Interrogation of Strangers, Incubation: a Learn More >

Nov 14

Q & A with Tracy K. Smith

A Q&A with the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and U.S. Poet Laureate. Learn More >

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