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U-M Hopwood Writing Program
The Hopwood Writing Program—offering some of the most prestigious financial awards available to students at the University—has helped launch the careers of many successful authors including Marge Piercy, Arthur Miller, Nancy Willard and X.J. Kennedy.
Under the terms of the will of Avery Hopwood, prominent American dramatist and member of the Class of 1905 of The University of Michigan, one-fifth of Mr. Hopwood's estate was given to the Regents of the University for the encouragement of creative work in writing. The first awards were made in 1931, and today the Hopwood Program is proud to offer substantial prizes every year to young aspiring writers at the University of Michigan.
Anthony assumed responsibility for all promotional material for the Hopwood Newsletter in 2000. As part of a complete overhaul of this material (which included the newsletter and website), the program was re-branded with a new logo (inspired from the painting of Avery Hopwood located in the Hopwood Room), letterhead, envelope, and program website. The newsletter design was also given a facelift to correspond with this new brand image.
For more information or to view the program website, click here.
To see samples of the Hopwood logo, letterhead, or newsletter, click here.