Los Angeles Review of Books Publishing Workshop Student Scholarships with UCLA

The Los Angeles Review of Books is now accepting applications for the 2022 LARB Publishing Workshop. This year UCLA Humanities will be hosting two undergraduate or graduate students to attend this exciting workshop. If selected by LARB, the two students will receive tuition expenses for the publishing workshop paid from UCLA Humanities and LARB, along with a stipend of $2,000 for the month of July 2022 from UCLA Humanities.

For UCLA Humanities students selected to attend, the participants will bring their knowledge back to the UCLA campus, and partner with the Career Center, Humanities Division, and LARB to present their experience or workshop on any aspect of the publishing industry for current UCLA  students.

This 2022 LARB Publishing Workshop is a five-week intensive summer course, the LARB Publishing Workshop prepares students to succeed in the ever-changing, often seemingly impenetrable world of publishing. From June 20 – July 22, Workshop Fellows will learn from the industry professionals shaping print and digital publishing today. Speakers include Lara Blackman (Audible Originals), Nicole Counts (One World), Nicole Chung (Catapult), Evette Dionne (Bitch Media), Dennis Johnson (Melville House), Jennifer 8. Lee (Plympton), Ismail Muhammad (New York Times Magazine), Jyothi Natarajan (The Margins, Asian American Writers’ Workshop), Niko Pfund (Oxford UP), Rebecca Saletan (Riverhead), Joshua Trannen (Duke UP), among others.

In addition to lectures, workshops, and one-on-one office hours with over 60 guest speakers from magazine, book, and new media publishing, Fellows will have the opportunity to participate in one of two practical tracks dedicated to magazine and book production. These will culminate in the publication of our online magazine PubLab or books of Fellows’ own design.

To keep the Publishing Workshop accessible, the program will be online for the third year in 2022.  In addition to online curriculum and opportunities for small group workshops, fellows can communicate and collaborate through our various channels.

Workshop Fellows have gone on to create their own literary ventures or to jobs at journals, agencies, and presses such as Asymptote, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Hill Nadell Literary Agency, Random House, Red Hen Press, Stanford University Press, W.W. Norton & Co., among many others.

Applications for the 2022 Publishing Workshop Deadlines:



Apply at thepublishingworkshop.com.

Please direct any questions to Lindsay Wright. LARB Publishing Workshop Manager, at Lindsay@lareviewofbooks.org

UCLA Humanities graduate students selected to receive a scholarship will be contacted by Executive Director of Academic Programs and Students Affairs, Barbara Van Nostrand: bvannost@humnet.ucla.edu after review by LARB.