Exquisite Corpse: Students wishing to focus more on poetry read a wide and stimulating selection of poems, and work toward finishing a chapbook at the end of the program.
Independent Project: Students complete an additional writing project and take part in extra conferences.
Students create original essays, poems, and short stories in this course, which uses two textbooks and focuses on the four-step process writing model.
They read professionally written forms of creative writing as models and then integrate their impressions of these works with their personal life experiences as they compose their own writing projects.
ENGL 2800/2810 cannot be counted toward English major but prerequisite to 3000-level creative writing courses.
Used to fulfill distribution requirements of AS humanities and most other colleges.
Works produced by professional writers as well as by students in the class form the basis of discussion in the workshop process.
Applicants must submit 3-5 pages of any kind of writing demonstrating a command of grammar and punctuation.
Genre Fiction: Students spend class time reading and writing different types of genre fiction, including science fiction, horror, crime, fantasy, and mystery.
Journalism: Students produce a news blog, including but not limited to campus and neighborhood news, book/music/art/restaurant reviews, interviews/profiles, and op-eds.