Inlandia Creative Writing Workshops
Now enrolling for the Winter 2020 session.

Welcome to Inlandia Institute's Creative Writing Workshops Program. With venues in multiple cities, we hope you find one that works well with your location and schedule.


- The Riverside workshop with Jo Scott-Coe is FULL. 1/12/20

- We are still awaiting final dates for the new Redlands workshop with James Ducat. As of now, the dates are TBA. This workshop will be held at the University of Redlands in Gregory Hall 270, located at 1200 E Colton Ave, Redlands, CA 92373. This workshop is supported by writing across the curriculum at the University of Redlands campus.


Workshops are filled on a first come, first served basis, with caps on workshop registrations based on total number of available seats per location.

Attendance is not mandatory, but be courteous and give up your seat if you find that you will not be able to attend one or more workshop meetings as there are likely others would be grateful for that seat.

Once the workshop has begun, vacant seats can only be filled at the discretion of the workshop leader and Inlandia staff. If you would like to be added after the start of the workshop, please contact Cati.

All workshops are open to the public but registration is required.

By registering for an Inlandia workshop you are entitled to submit work for inclusion in the annual Writing from Inlandia anthology.


Inlandia's Creative Writing Workshops are free but a donation toward the workshops program is appreciated. Donations are accepted via PayPal or snail mail or directly to the Inlandia Institute office only.

- To donate via PayPal visit and choose "send money" to donations (at) inlandiainstitute (dot) org.

- To mail or hand-deliver donations: Inlandia Institute • 4178 Chestnut Street • Riverside, California 92501

Please remember: Donations are optional! Support comes in many forms. Thank you for supporting the Inlandia Institute!


Inlandia Creative Writing Workshops Code of Conduct

1.) Always be respectful and considerate of everyone’s time and talent.

2.) When critiquing others’ work, be compassionate, concise, and helpful; wherever possible, use direct examples rather than vague generalizations.

3.) When arriving and departing the workshop, be prompt, and observe all venue rules and regulations, including venue closing times and noise levels.

4.) If you are going to miss a session, or if you wish to drop the workshop, please notify your workshop leader or the Inlandia Institute at 951 790 2458.

5.) If you have any questions or concerns, please call the above number or email

Thank you, and enjoy the workshop!
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