Winter Registration opens in December!
Join us at The Writer's Path at SMU. We're a home for adults who are following the desire and fulfilling the dream of writing a book. Fiction or non-fiction, short story or personal essay, we are the place to learn craft, find allies and embrace the practice of writing. Our classes are non-credit, adult education, held once a week for four to six weeks, in the evening, on the main Dallas SMU campus. Classes must be taken in order, one at a time, because they build on each other.
Start your writing journey on the Path.
Want to hear what we're about?
Click here to listen to authors/instructors, Kay Honeyman, Daniel J. Hale and program director J. Suzanne Frank, on KERA's Think, talk about The Writer's Path at SMU.
You want to write. We teach you how.
Our greatest asset at The Writer's Path is our author/instructors.
Kay Honeyman is an alum of the program and our resident YA author and expert. Get to know her better HERE
Daniel J. Hale (alum), Agatha-Award winning novelist, gently guides writers. Get to know him better, HERE!
J.Suzanne Frank, who started here, is our fearless leader, so jump HERE to learn more.
Amanda Arista is our home-grown fantasy and women's fiction author. Get to know her better HERE.
Carmen Goldthwaite is a fixture in Texas nonfiction writing. Get to know her better HERE.
Get to know alum and sci-fi whiz Keith Goodnight a little better, right HERE.
Rachel Goodman writes Romance and teaches Query. Get to know her better HERE
Tex Thompson wrangles grammar and writes fantasy westerns. Get to know here better HERE