The university of Wisconsin-Madison has an assortment of writing support for adults, whether you’re an alumni or a writer in the community, including the Madison Writing Assistance program and the Greater Madison Writing Project.
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Greater Madison Writing Project
Greater Madison Writing Project (GMWP) connects adults in the community with the following writing resources:
Are you a GMWP Alumni who is available to write during the day? Join this group for a monthly writing workshop!
Writing marathons are open to all community members and held Olbrich Botanical Gardens.
This award-winning program brings together children and youth experiencing homelessness with local educators and University of Wisconsin-Madison students to support the young people in sharing their stories in a supportive and caring environment.
Madison Writing Assistance Program
The Madison Writing Assistance (MWA) program is for all writers in the community, offering free, one-to-one writing support for community members, traditionally at libraries and neighborhood centers throughout the city, as well as online. Our friendly, experienced instructors are happy to help people with their writing across a wide range of genres, including resumes, cover letters, application essays, grant proposals, creative writing, and various forms of life writing. Check out the info page on the Writing Center website for more details about the program, hours and dates of service, how to schedule an appointment, and more.