Writer & Playwrite Connections




Antioch Writer’s Workshop

Contact:c/o Antioch University Midwest

900 Dayton Street


EMAIL info@antiochwritersworkshop.com


Annual July week long workshop

Whether you’re a beginning, intermediate, or advanced writer, Antioch Writers’ Workshop programs offer the tools and inspiration you need to take the next steps on your writing path. We offer instruction in the creative writing craft and in the professional skills creative writers need to succeed in the publishing world, as well as opportunities for connecting to a vibrant, supportive creative writing community.


Writer’s Group

Lee Huntington- 767-5761


10 Minute Play Festival

Performed in October

Scripts may be sent as email attachments to gunchpress@yahoo.com or mailed to Gunch Press, P.O. Box 544, Yellow Springs.

Open to those who live or work in Yellow Springs or Miami Township (Greene). This festival is not a competition (beyond the initial screening process). Therefore, we will not be strict about the 10-minute limit, but we are looking for very short plays. If it is too long, it will not make the cut. Those who submit a script should be prepared to produce their own play. A limited amount of help will be available, but we really like it when the playwrights either direct their own plays or find someone to do it. Same goes for casting. We might be able to help you find actors, but we prefer you to cast your own play. Keeping that in mind, short plays are always best with small casts.


Writer’s Group

At the Senior Center


Meets once a month to share work.


Yellow Springs Reading Series

Contact: Anthony Fife, 725-3198 or Lauren Shows, 850 625-1183

EMAIL ajfife_2005@yahoo.com  or laurenmf.shows@gmail.com

The Reading Series seeks to introduce both established and up and coming writers of poetry. Fiction and other genre, and their work to the Yellow Springs community.

Held every other month, readings feature 2-4 writers, and readings are preluded by a performance from a musician or group of musicians.

The series is constantly seeking writers and musicians to participate.

Writers should submit a few pieces for consideration, and musicians may attach sound files or videos or links to sites that host their music.


Antioch Review

Contact: Muriel Keyes, assistant editor, 937 769-1365, P.O. Box 148

EMAIL: mkeyes@antiochreview.org


The Antioch Review is a quarterly publication of critical and creative thought that prints award-winning fiction, essays and poetry from emerging and established authors.


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