Advanced Study in Writing. Focuses on the process of imaginative writing. Instruction is guided by the students' individual interests, strengths and needs. While the principal, traditional forms of fictional narrative writing are explored, including the sketch, the short story, novella and novel, students are encouraged to discover and reflect their voice in the form most suitable. Experimentation is encouraged in both conventional and divergent narrative modes. Springs. Prerequisite(s): EN 2700.
*All course information is from the 2014-2015 Catalog.