In this course students improve their writing skills and push their creative limits through journaling, free writing, writing through music, digging through memories and dreams, and other methods of responding to the world in written form. Students learn how to edit and revise work, as well as respond critically to the writing of others; learn how to craft short stories, monologues, poetry, and personal essays; push the limits of original and personal expressions, and prepare for the college writing process. With faculty guidance and peer support, students share their literary efforts in class and are assigned reading and writing exercises to clarify, expand, and challenge written expressions.
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|Class meeting time||1:00 PM - 4:00 PM|
|Class meeting days||Saturday|
|Building and room||Sharp 1213|
|Course instructor||Sherry Antonini|