This process-based workshop introduces students to the fundamentals of good writing in a variety of genres, including non-fiction, fiction, poetry, and drama. Students explore the fundamentals of plotting, controlling point of view, creating characters, managing sound and voice, and developing a concrete, active literary style. The course emphasizes the connections between active reading, composing, and substantial, creative revision. Students will critically analyze (and respond to) professional and student writing.
Prerequisites: EWPC 103
EWPC 235 Introduction to Creative Writing