Writer’s Room: An Introduction to Creative Writing Workshops
Are you interested in developing your creative practice in a workshop setting?
In this 12-week workshop, we will explore four different disciplines of creative writing: playwriting, poetry, short fiction, and hybrid forms, focusing on creating and workshopping students’ new work. Students will read contemporary works in all 4 genres and will be given prompts for innovation in their creative writing.
The emphasis of the course will be on reading and creating in a multitude of literary disciplines while exploring a generative “writers’ room” environment where students will exchange with each other, offering and receiving feedback on their creations.
Each student will complete the course with a portfolio of their workshopped pieces with one-on-one mentorship from the instructor for a writing work in a genre of their choice. The goal of the course is to explore creative practice, taking inspiration from contemporary writers in a variety of literary disciplines, while learning to share work, and both give and receive feedback in a positive workshop environment.
There are no books to purchase for this course.
Please note that this course has a maximum enrollment of 12 students.
NEW PAYMENT POLICY: Participants must pay the course fees in order to be considered registered for the course.
For fully registered courses, a waiting list will be created. Should vacancies develop, those on the waiting list will be contacted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please note that we do not allow participants to audit courses for free.
First Session: Monday 19 September 2022
Course Length: 12 weeks, Mondays, 6:15 to 8:15 p.m.
Instructor: Erin Lindsay
Degree Credit: 3.0 credits
$190.00 (writing course tuition)
$225.00 (writing course tuition)
NEW WRITING COURSE FEES: Returning and new students will pay an increased flat rate for instructor-based writing courses. Tuition waivers may no longer be used for these courses.
Course fees are refundable in full before the second session. After the second session, a fee of $50 for the withdrawal will be applied. Refunds will not be issued after the third session. Please note that non-attendance does not constitute a withdrawal.
Students pursuing studies for credit are encouraged to consult with their advisers as they register for courses.
Course leaders, and students wishing to use credit vouchers, should call (514) 935-9585 to pay by phone or to schedule an appointment to pay in person.
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