The Antioch Review, founded in 1941, is one of the oldest, continuously publishing literary magazines in America. Publishing fiction, essays, and poetry from both emerging and established authors, the Antioch Review continues to serve readers and authors and to encourage others to publish the “best words in the best order.”
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, offering instruction in the creative writing craft and in the professional skills creative writers need to succeed in the publishing world.
The Dayton Literary Peace Prize, inaugurated in 2006, is the first and only annual U.S. literary award recognizing the power of the written word to promote peace. The Dayton Literary Peace Prize invites nominations in adult fiction and nonfiction books published within the past year that have led readers to a better understanding of other cultures, peoples, religions, and political points of view.
The Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop is devoted to both humor and human interest writing. Through the workshop, the University of Dayton and the Bombeck family honor one of America’s most celebrated storytellers and humorists. The next workshop will be April 5–7, 2018.