The Pennsylvania Writing and Literature Project
West Chester University
720 S. High St
West Chester, PA 19383
Pauline Schmidt, Ph.D.
Emily Aguiló-Peréz, Ph.D.
Jason Vanfosson, Ph.D.
PAWLP offers summer and school-year courses and workshops in teaching writing, teaching literature, writing-reading connections, authentic assessment, and special topics of interest to educators. For information on how to bring a course or professional development program to your districtemail Director Dr. Pauline Schmidt
or call 610-436-2202.
Childrens' Book Writing and Continuity Sessions
We focus on children's book writing from 9-10am and follow each of those meetings from 10-11:30am with Continuity. We meet in Main Hall, room 200 for these events. Join us on the following Saturday mornings:
Social Justice Inquiry Group
Join PAWLP Fellows and Friends in shared inquiry as they meet regularly to discuss issues of social justice.
For our meeting on January 18, we’ll read and complete the activities found in The Racial Healing Handbook: Practical Activities to Help You Challenge Privilege, Confront Systemic Racism, and Engage in Collective Healing by Anneliese A. Singh, chapters 1 and 2.
We will meet in Main Hall, room 200 on the following Saturdays:
Around the Table with PAWLP
View our Fall 2019 Edition HERE
PAWLP's new literary magazine is accepting personal narratives, poems, memoirs and fiction. Also to be submitted are photos, artwork, royalty-free images from Google or other sources, drawings, sketches and music to be included with your writing. Please keep the word count under 2000. Send writings and any questions to email@example.com.
PAWLP Day - February 8, 2020:
Registration is now open!! Click HERE:
PAWLP Celebrates 40 Years!
April 18, 2020
More details to follow