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AWP - The Association of Writers and Writing Programs (USA)

Since 1967, AWP has supported writers & writing programs around the world. It now supports over 34,000 writers at over 500 member colleges and universities and 100 writers' conferences & centres.


AAWP - The Australasian Association of Writing Programs

The Association exists to provide a forum for discussion on all aspects of teaching creative and professional writing as well as current theories on creativity and writing, and to improve the quality of programs across the country.


Asia-Pacific Writing Partnership

The Asia-Pacific Writing Partnership is a not-for-profit initiative that brings together writers, scholars, writers’ organizations, translators, publishers and others interested in the development, exploration, distribution and promotion of writing from Asia and the Pacific Rim.


Canadian Creative Writers and Writing Programs

The goal of the CCWWP in the area of membership is to be as inclusive as possible. We seek to be an organization of creative writing teachers and creative writers from all parts of Canada, working in its various languages, and in all types of teaching venues and situations, including those teaching full-time or part-time within primary, secondary and post-secondary institutions, and those who are independent, free-lancing or teaching workshops outside the institutions in communities of all kinds.


EACWP - European Association of Creative Writing Programmes

This association aims to promote networking, the organization of international events, and the exchange of students, teachers, scholars, information, ideas and knowledge in the field of Creative Writing, especially, but not exclusively, in Europe.