Adv Creative Nonfiction:Wrkshp
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Goals: Students in this course focus on generating new creative nonfiction writing for peer workshop review. The primary work of the course is the development of respectful and constructive workshop methods, and the application of craft-based critique to significant revision. Content: Students analyze their classmates' drafts and come to workshop prepared to contribute to a supportive, yet rigorous, discussion of work-in-progress. Students may also read selected contemporary texts, to further explore the diversity of CNF forms and study ways to apply an advanced understanding of craft to their drafts. Taught: Annually Prerequisites: WRIT 3000, 3130, and 3230. Note: Restricted to creative writing majors or consent of the instructor. Credits: 4
Pelster-Wiebe, Angela, "WRIT5130-01.Adv Creative Nonfiction:Wrkshp.F15.Pelster-Wiebe,Angela" (2015). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 6259.