English | Introductory Creative Writing
W103 | 6838 | Don Belton


W103 INTRODUCTORY CREATIVE WRITING
Don Belton

Lecture:
6838	11:15a-12:05p	M	(126 students) 3 cr.

Discussion:
6839	9:05a-9:55a	WF	(18 students)
6840	10:10a-11:00a	WF	(18 students)
11251	10:10a-11:00a	WF	(18 students)
6841	11:15a-12:05p	WF	(18 students)
6842	11:15a-12:05p	WF	(18 students)
6843	12:20p-1:10p	WF	(18 students)
6844	12:20p-1:10p	WF	(18 students)

This course is designed to help students write their own stories and
poems as well as gain insight into how literature is created by
established writers within specific literary traditions.  The
course’s guided practice in writing, lecture presentations, assigned
readings and discussions afford students opportunities to become
more articulate and resourceful writers while also becoming more
capable and informed readers.  The class meets three times a week,
once in Monday lecture and twice (Wednesday and Friday) in small
discussion and workshop sessions.   On Mondays we will meet as a
large group to explore elements of writing poetry and fiction and
the creative process.  On Wednesdays and Fridays we will meet in
small groups to discuss the work you’ve read and written.