For students interested in writing imaginatively in a variety of styles and literary forms. This is a seminar workshop in which student writing is discussed in the supportive atmosphere of a small class.
- Total Hours: 45
Lecture Hours: 45
This course is offered online:
Placement based on NLC Writing Assessment
After completing Creative Writing 209
- The objective of the course is to help students develop their creative writing skills as well as their literary, verbal, and intellectual skills when critically discussing the implications of genre and craft.
- At this level the emphasis is on production, and students will be expected to turn in a substantial portfolio at the end of the course.
, students should have an appreciation of the discipline required to produce literary works of merit. Furthermore, students should be able to:
Express personal and other experiences in the literary genres of the lyric poem and the short story
Meaningfully criticize the work(s) of other writers working at a similar level
Meaningfully criticize the work(s) of other writers tackling similar aesthetic problems
Meaningfully criticize canonical literary works so as to be able to appreciate the intricacies of their construction
Implications of genre and structure
tolerance of varied styles and content, respect for work of craft
Skills: Literary, verbal, intellectual
- Conference technology
Percentage of Individual Work:
Course Offered in Other Programs:
Other Programs: Associate of Arts Degree; University Arts and Sciences certificates
Textbooks: Textbooks are subject to change. Please contact the bookstore at your local campus for current book lists.