Jennifer Brimley does not teach English. Science teachers can write too, and they can be a part of an organization aimed at encouraging students to learn through writing (any subject). In the real world, every professional uses writing to communicate and think. Jennifer’s students do too. We are so proud that Jennifer is a part of CUWP …
Author Melissa Heaton teaches at Mapleton Junior High School. On a beautiful fall morning, during a nature walks, she found money growing on trees. Money Grows on Trees Today, I learned for myself that money does grow on trees. Thar’s gold in them thar hills if you take the time to look for it. I’m […]
Author Sarah Orme, under the influence of her exploration through the aspen grove behind Daniels Summit Lodge, wrote a poem pattered after Mary Oliver’s Wild Geese If you are interested in becoming a member of the Central Utah Writing Project, we invite you to apply for our next summer institute.
Chris is seen here still sulking over the loss of his pie. Not yet mature enough to play nice with the other boys and girls, Chris decided to vent his anger, crafting the vindictive haikus below: For Karen Brown on her 40th birthday How do you know when a scab is fully ripe? It turns […]
Becoming a CUWP writing fellow means you get to do awesomely cool stuff like hang out with yo’ friends and do some writing in cool places like Daniel’s Summit. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Central Utah Writing Project, we invite you to apply for our next summer institute.