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A Program Designed For Teen Writers Interested in Today's Hottest Fantasy Fiction Genres.

  • Work in group sessions with noted historians, scientists, authors and philosophers.

  • Create your own world, complete with its own languages, laws and cultures.

  • Network with other creative students from around the world.

  • Publish your work with the help of noted authors.

  • Engage in dynamic programs designed to foster creativity through lifelong social and wellness skills

  • Receive credentials recognizing this unique achievement along with a full professional evaluation to provide positive reinforcement for writing skills and college success.

 
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Julia Elliott named Amazon.com Writer-in-Residence for Shared Worlds 2016. Read more »
   


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Paramount Pictures and Scott Rudin Productions have optioned the Jeff VanderMeer novel Annihilation. Read more »
   


2015 Products

2015 SW Cover

Shared Worlds Book, 2015

2014 Products

2014 Book
Shared Worlds Book, 2014

2012 Products

2012 Book
Shared Worlds Book, 2012

2011 Products

Shared Worlds Book, 2011

2010 Products

Chapbook 2010
Fantastic Bestiary


2012 Worlds

Elmaria
Crux
Isone
Memoria 
Penjara

2011 Worlds

Hartseer
Kalixis
Raffaliraka
Ystal

2010 Worlds

Bohumir
Heelal
Sattarand
Sattarand FAQ

News Updates

8/04/15 -- Shared Worlds is the Kind of SFF Writing Camp You Wish Existed When You Were a Teenager

8/04/15 -- The Reader Sense of Ann VanderMeer

5/09/14 -- Jeff VanderMeer listed in Huffington Post's 9 Contemporary Authors You Should Be Reading

2/21/14 -- Barnes and Noble interviews Shared Worlds co-founder Jeff VanderMeer about his new novel, Annihilation.

2/7/14 -- Jeff VanderMeer's Annihilation reviewed by Kirkus and NPR.

12/3/13 -- Jeff VanderMeer’s Wonderbook named among 2013’s best science fiction by the Guardian newspaper.

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