Creative work is all around us, complex, nuanced, and intimately human. The dirt road, cracked windowpane, a fresh swath of cut grass. But really, what is narrative? What kinds of craft elements do writers use and why? What do the relationships between readers, writers, and texts look like?
Spring // Department of English // University of Notre Dame
Becoming a great writer is at once an intensely personal and a deeply collaborative process. This new program is designed to help writers find their voices and find their audiences. It is built around poetry and prose workshops led by award-winning published authors. This credit program is the only public, graduate creative writing option in the Hudson Valley. Complete it in two years or less or design a part-time course load to fit into a busy schedule. We can also accommodate future teachers with creative writing electives that fulfill MAT degree requirements.
How to Write a Creative Essay: Tips, Topics, and Techniques
Many of our English majors pursue a concentration in creative writing, and the minor in Creative Writing is among the most popular minors on campus. The English major with a Creative Writing emphasis is a fourteen-course major. These fourteen courses comprise eight English courses and six Creative Writing courses. Courses taken abroad or at other institutions may not be counted towards the workshop requirements. Any series course F, G, etc.
Each fall and spring semester at Colorado State University, the Department of English welcomes distinguished literary voices to share their work and to engage with the local community. Visiting writers hold audience question-and-answer sessions, book signings, and other outreach activities. The series features Pulitzer Prize winners, U.