At Knox, Creative Writing majors are required to present their work before their peers and professors in a wonderful opportunity to extend themselves even further into the writing community at Knox. This requirement, and one that is looked forward to by many, is known as the Writers' Forum.
Once or twice a term, students and faculty gather in the Alumni Room of Old Main to hear 10-15 Creative Writing majors read their culminating work. Creative Writing majors can hold their Writers' Forum in either their junior or senior year.
Featured students of each forum will read a collection of their fiction, poems, non-fiction essays, or a combination of genres. The work read at the Writers' Forum is intended to be the best possible drafts of student work, meant to exemplify the process of Creative Writing at Knox.
All students and faculty, whether Creative Writing-focused or not, are welcome and encouraged to attend, along with members of the community.