An advanced study of the craft of creative non-fiction. Through in-depth discussion, close reading of exceptional texts and constructive workshop sessions, students will explore special topics in the genre such as: fact versus fiction, writing real people, the moral role of the author, the interview process, and how to get published. Students will also produce, workshop and rewrite an original piece of long-form creative non-fiction and prepare it for potential publication.
ENGB63H3; students must submit a portfolio for consideration
Students should have developed a substantial body of creative works before enrolling in this course.
Portfolio Submission: the portfolio should contain 10-15 pages of your best fiction or creative non-fiction. Students should email their portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org by the first Tuesday of August (for a Fall semester offering) or by the first Monday of October (for a Winter semester offering).