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English (Creative Writing) Spring 2017
ENG 3 - INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING
Emphasizes the writing of prose, poetry, and drama stressing critical judgment of these forms.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
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Open Seats: NoneM W9:30AM - 10:45roomLRC 160 personG. ShaffersubjectDetails
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ENG 4 - FICTION FUNDAMENTALS
Teaches the fundamentals of story telling or narrative art, including the basic elements and narrative modes of fiction. Students read published short stories, write fictional works, and assess student fiction manuscripts.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
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Open Seats: None W6:00PM - 8:50roomBGS 354 personB. StevensonsubjectDetails
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ENG 104 - WRITING SHORT STORIES
Units: 3
An intensive examination of the theory and practice of the short story with an emphasis on contemporary publishing standards.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
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Open Seats: None W6:00PM - 8:50roomBGS 354 personB. StevensonsubjectDetails
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ENG 107 - WRITING THE FICTION AND/OR NONFICTION BOOK
Units: 3
Designed to assist students in the writing, planning, development, and marketing of book-length fiction and non-fiction.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
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Open Seats: None Th6:00PM - 8:50roomLRC 118 personB. MyhrensubjectDetails
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ENG 160 - LITERARY MAGAZINE
Units: 3
An introduction and practice in the distinctive elements of literary magazine production, providing firsthand experience in the various phases of editing and publishing a small press literary magazine.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
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Open Seats: None W12:30PM - 4:20roomLRC 230 personG. ShaffersubjectDetails
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ENG 267 - NOVEL WORKSHOP - REVISING MANUSCRIPTS FOR PUBLICATION
Units: 3
An intensive analysis of the elements of dramatic fictional structure through student examination of works in progress. Revision of manuscripts to meet contemporary publication standards. Students enrolled in this course should be presently working on a novel or story-based manuscript.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
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Open Seats: None Th6:00PM - 8:50roomLRC 118 personB. MyhrensubjectDetails
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