The Writer's Life, Post Graduation

After you leave Warren Wilson College, your experience with writing will be very different. There will not be professors demanding you hand in work to them on a deadline. You will not have a dozen classmates who will sit down and read your pieces in order to provide serious critique. Instead, you may have to recreate the systems of practice and support you have now on your own. Here are some ideas on how to do that:

Practice

Support

There are also more formal ways of pursuing writing after graduating, such as finding a career in writing or writing-heavy field, attending a graduate degree program, or writing conferences and residencies. Here are some resources you may find useful: