CRW 2001 Introduction to Creative Writing 3
and introduction to three genres of creative writing: poetry, fiction, and
creative nonfiction. Will be taught as part lecture/ discussion and part
writing workshop. Credit cannot be received in both CRW 2001 and CRW 2000.
CRW 3110 Fiction Writing 3
in narrative fiction. Practice in developing plot and character and
establishing point of view. Emphasis on writing for publication in specific
CRW 3310 Poetry Writing 3
in writing poetry. Practice in traditional forms and extensive work in
contemporary free verse.
CRW 4211 Creative Non-Fiction 3
workshop in which students explore the personal essay through the process of
reading and writing about autobiography, travel, science, politics, and art.
CRW 6130 Workshop in Fiction Writing 3
editing, and evaluating fiction. Students will be expected to write original
publishable fiction and critique writing produced in class. Permission is
CRW 6236 Workshop in Creative Non-Fiction Writing 3
editing, and evaluating original pieces of creative non-fiction. Permission is
CRW 6331 Workshop in Poetry Writing 3
editing, and evaluating poetry. Students will be expected to familiarize
themselves with both traditional forms and free verse. Permission is required.
CRW 6806 Workshop in Teaching Creative Writing 3
teaching of workshop methods used in poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction
writing classes. Emphasis on writing standards, resources, evaluation methods,
publishing, and course planning. Permission is required.
CRW 6934 Special Topics in Creative Writing 3
writing workshop with a central theme such as autobiography, nature writing,
the persuasive essay, biography, or studies of place. Topics change each term.
See department or instructor for specific topic.