Advanced Creative Writing (3)
Advanced Creative Writing offers students the opportunity to create an extended body of work in one of three genres (fiction, essay, poetry), which will be presented in a display portfolio at the end of the course. Student writing may be submitted for the annual student literary magazine and for various statewide and national writing contests. Students should have some experience in creative writing, preferably having successfully completed CRW 2001. Students will learn and practice the skills of effective creative writing, including imagery as well as various figurative and rhetorical devices for effective writing. The class meets once weekly and includes some lecture and presentation followed by extensive sharing of work and group discussion. May be repeated for credit. Gordon Rule applies.