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English: Creative Writing Workshop

ENGS 095 Z1 (CRN: 60872)

3 Credit Hours—Seats Available!

About ENGS 095 Z1

This course provides an introduction to writing poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction. In morning and afternoon sessions on campus, students will participate in intensive writing exercises designed to address the elements of craft. Students will read and discuss the work of established authors, investigating the strategies they use to craft their poetry and prose. In workshop sessions, students will read and discuss each other?s original poems, essays and short stories as a first step toward revision. During the online portion of the course, students will share their revised drafts and, with guidance from the instructor, complete a portfolio of finished work.

Instructor

Angela Patten ()

Notes

Dates: June 30 - July 25, 2014; SUMMER ACADEMY COURSE; June 30 - July 11 On Campus MTWR 9:00-3:30 PM; July 12 - July 25 for continued out of class work; Students must apply to Summer Academy to participate in this course; Available to students completing 10th & 11th grades; Not available to students who have graduated from high school; Residential and commuter options; VT students can use their dual enrollment voucher;Students need to apply and a guidance counselor needs to supply a brief recommendation and GPA via an online form here https://learn.uvm.edu/apply/summer-academy/; April 15 priority application deadline; Continuing Education Deans Office Permission Only, please contact 802-656-2085

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Section Description

This course provides an introduction to writing poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction. In morning and afternoon sessions on campus, students will participate in intensive writing exercises designed to address the elements of craft.

Section Expectation

Students will read and discuss the work of established authors, investigating the strategies they use to craft their poetry and prose. In workshop sessions, students will read and discuss each other?s original poems, essays and short stories as a first step toward revision. During the second online portion of the course, students will share their revised drafts and, with guidance from the instructor, complete a portfolio of finished work.

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Lafayette Hall L100 (View Campus Map)

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