The TWP Writing Studio is dedicated to working with writers both within Duke and the broader Durham community. We facilitate writers' critical and creative thought through collaborative, non-evaluative consultations, workshops, writing groups, and events. In all of our work, we actively seek to support diverse, inclusive writing communities.
At the Writing Studio, you can meet with highly educated writing consultants to discuss your writing concerns. Discussing your work-in-progress with a writing consultant will help you develop the awareness and skills to improve as a writer.
Consultants help at any stage of the writing process – from brainstorming and researching to drafting, revising, and fine-tuning a final draft. Undergraduates may schedule a maximum of one appointment a day and two appointments a week, depending on availability.
Graduate student, postgraduate, and upper-level consultants from a variety of disciplines staff the Writing Studio. All consultants go through extensive and on-going education.
Duke Community Use Policy
Our first priority at the Writing Studio is to provide support to Duke undergraduate student writers and graduate student writers admitted through The Graduate School. We ask that graduate students limit themselves to scheduling one appointment per week and come for any additional appointments on a walk-in basis.
While we are happy to meet with professional students and Duke faculty and staff on a space-available basis, to ensure that undergraduate and Graduate School students have first access to appointments, we must ask that all other users of the Writing Studio wait until the day of the desired appointment to sign up online.
Specialized Help for Undergraduate ESL Writers
International Conversation Cafe: Join us Thursday afternoons from September 7 through December 7 for conversations with people from around the world. Topics include world events, local events, culture, and more.
Embedded Writing Consultants
To schedule an appointment with the Embedded Writing Consultant (EWC) assigned to your Writing 101 or W-coded class, click here.