Program

Writing & Publishing

With the proliferation of digital platforms, and trans-media story telling, the landscape in which writers, journalists, poets, publishers and agents work is changing. NYC is at the nexus of standard bearers, innovators, and independents in the field, and the perfect place to hone your skills and develop new ways to support your practice.


Internships

Creative, and non-fiction writers, poets, editors, screenwriters, and journalists work with Print and on-line publications, trans-media and literary arts organizations, publishers, literary agents.

Here is a small sampling of recent internships in Writing and Publishing
Magazines & Journals:

Seventeen, Vogue, Marie Claire, Out, Bomb, Interview, Paper Magazine, A Public Space, Art in America, Free Verse

News Journalism:

FAIR, Strauss Publications/ NY Press; The Brooklyn Rail; City Arts
Literary Organizations/Reading Series/Literary Agents: Poets House, Lauren Cerand, Collective Task,Poetry Project

Publishers:

DAW/Penguin; Soho Press, DAP Publishers, Inc, Roof Books, Granary Press

Seminars & Professional Development Workshops

The core faculty W &P seminar is on story structure with guests representing a range of writers, poets, journalists, and trans-media practitioners. The faculty seminars are organized around specific subject areas but encourage all students to bring their perspectives and interests to the discussion, and explore interdisciplinary connections – creative and practical. They focus on contemporary practice and use the city an active resource through site visits, performances, and guest speakers. Students apply what they in NYAP’s writers’ blog: The Chelsea Crier.

NYAP has also partnered with CREATIVE CAPITAL to provide students with Professional Development Workshops focused on Strategic Planning and Financial Literacy. NYAP has also partnered with CREATIVE CAPITAL to provide students with Professional Development Workshops focused on Strategic Planning and Financial Literacy. The workshops help you harness your liberal arts skills to achieve your goals and sustain your creative practice as you move ahead.

Individualized Advising/Independent Projects:

Your Faculty Advisor helps you shape a project that represents the skills you have acquired, your accomplishments and your promise. Projects have included, blogs, essays, stories, chapbooks, short films, scripts, and more.



Faculty

Emilie new website

Emilie Clark, MFA

Faculty Advisor Visual Art
Dana color photo

Dana Tarantino, Phd

Faculty Advisor Theatre & Drama
john reed photo#4

John Reed, MFA

Faculty Advisor
Writing & Publishing
Jake Web Photo now

Jake K. Leckie, MA

Faculty Advisor Music, Media & Dance