Students are chosen for advanced workshops by instructors on the basis of manuscript submission. Manuscripts must be received by Friday, May 15 at 5 pm to be considered.
Manuscripts should consist of no more than 6 typed pages of poetry (only one poem per page) or 15 pages of prose (double-spaced).
An application fee of $10—paid through Submittable—must accompany your submission. (Only one fee is required per person, regardless of how many applications are submitted.)
Contact and biographical information must be entered in the Cover Letter field; indicate courses you are applying to in the Workshops field.
If you are applying to more than one workshop and would like to submit two different writing samples, please email the center directly.
Students will be notified via email. Once accepted, students are expected to register promptly so that notification of wait-listed students and those not accepted is not delayed. If you need to withdraw, please alert the Poetry Center so that someone from the wait-list may take your spot. If you must withdraw from a class, please refer to 92Y's refund policies.