ENGW1101W: Introduction to Creative Writing

4 CreditsEnvironmentEthical and Civic ResponsibilityField StudyLiteratureOnline AvailableWriting Intensive

In this course, we will explore the fundamentals of creative writing. We will start by looking at the building blocks of good imaginative writing: image, voice, character, setting, story, and revision. We will then move on to a more in-depth examination of three forms: literary nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. Students will learn how to read as writers, obtain an understanding and appreciation for imaginative writing, and gain a sense of themselves as creative writers. We will be trying many exercises and assignments, from brainstorming experiments to final drafts, so come ready to write.prereq: Students may not audit this course

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