Piper Writers Studio Proposal Form

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Welcome to our Teaching Artist Proposal Survey, 

We would like to invite you to submit a proposal to teach for the Piper Writers Studio with the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing at ASU.
The Piper Writers Studio is committed to supporting writers in every stage of their development by providing challenging, diverse, and accessible educational opportunities. Our classes are not-for-credit, and are open to the public as well as ASU students. We offer classes to writers of all backgrounds, genres, and experience levels. Class sizes are kept small (usually between 8 and 16 students) in order to maximize the amount of instruction and develop closer relationships between students, faculty, and the class as a whole.

As you fill out the information that follows, keep in mind that we are looking for engaging teaching artists of all levels; whether you're new to teaching or a seasoned teaching artist with a long list of publications, we want to hear from you and hopefully create something lovely for our communities together.

Before you begin your application, be sure to have the following ready (as you won't be able to save and return to your application): 
  • A brief bio (200 words or less) 
  • Proposed course title
  • Proposed course description (200 words or less)
  • We will NOT ask you for a CV, writers resume, or list of your publications. Instead we will ask you to provide a short personal statement letting us know why you think you're a good fit to teach with us including what your involvement may currently be in our literary community.  
We recognize that filling out an application like this can feel intimidating, especially if you're new to processes like this. To help, we will offer some advice along the way. You can also check out our FAQs or our PWS Instructor Informational Guide

If you need to speak to someone regarding your application or to inquire about how to receive further assistance, contact the Coordinator for Educational Programs, Sasha Hawkins at sasha.hawkins@asu.edu.
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