Advanced Fiction: Workshop
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Goals: In this workshop-centered course, students write and revise their own fiction and respond to peer work for successful application of fictional techniques such as plot, character, setting, dialogue, point of view, unity and subtext. Content: Participants provide oral and written feedback which reflects an advanced understanding of craft. Respectful and constructive workshop methods are practiced. The class may also include reading of selected contemporary fiction, encouraging students to read as creative writers. Taught: Annually Prerequisites: WRIT 3000, 3120, and 3220. Note: Restricted to creative writing majors or consent of the instructor. Credits: 4
Malloy, Brian, "WRIT5120-01.Advanced Fiction: Workshop.F15.Malloy,Brian" (2015). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 6258.