| Writing Contests
The Olive Writers hosts a series of writing contests open to young Moroccan writers. These contests provide a platform for outstanding writing and seek to share the work of young Moroccans with a wider audience.
To learn more about current and upcoming contest opportunities, check our blog or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
The Youth Voiced. (Ongoing).
|Olive Writers Magazine
The Olive Writers Magazine is a volunteer, not-for-profit literary project published by the Olive Writers and the American Language Center Casablanca.
The magazine features original work by emerging writers and artists in Morocco, as well as profile essays, opportunities, photography, Arts and Culture News, interviews ..etc. Our primary goal is to shine a spotlight on great writing and creative work reflecting the cultures and experiences of life in Morocco.
Windows On The World
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Promoting mutual understanding and gender equality through creative writing
|Olive Writers Club|
Hosted at the Faculty of Letters and Humanities Dhar El Mahraz, our very first Olive Writers Club is coordinated by our Editor and Publication Manager Haytham Chhilif, with Professor Fatima Amrani serving as the club's faculty advisor.
The Olive Writers Club provides its members with the opportunity to indulge their love for literature, writing and fiction. It is a space in which the students can improve on their writing skills, and discuss important matters regarding literature, writing, and society overall. The club constitutes a wonderful addition to the University of Dher El Mehraz in Fes as it is a sanctuary for many away from the purely academic atmosphere of the university.
In addition to creative writing workshops, the club offers other activities such as: debating, movie sessions with discussion, reading sessions, and discussion sessions on a range of different topics.
We are building on the Fes club experience to create two additional clubs in Casablanca and Tangier.
Tower Translation Program
This project aims to:
- Introduce Moroccan literature to English-speaking readers.
- Create a high-quality anthology for use in schools by English-language learners.
- Enhance participants' knowledge of both English and Arabic.
Applications will open soon.