The Creative Writing Program offers eight sections of Introduction to Creative Writing during the fall and spring semesters; two additional courses are offered each semester through Metropolitan College. Two sections of EN 202 are also offered during each summer session. Each section of EN 202 is limited to fifteen students.
|CAS EN 202 A1||Tuesday 2-5pm||Jannell McConnell|
|CAS EN 202 A2||Tuesday 2-5pm||Tomas Unger|
|CAS EN 202 B1||Wednesday 9am-noon||David Sodi|
|CAS EN 202 B2||Wednesday 9am-noon||Anna Ziering|
|CAS EN 202 C1||Thursday 1-4pm||Sonam Jhalani|
|CAS EN 202 C2||Thursday 1-4pm||Sunny Kim|
|CAS EN 202 D1||Wed. 1-4pm||Jacob Strautmann|
|CAS EN 202 D2||Wed. 1-4pm||Adam Felts|
|MET EN 202 B1||Tues. 6:00-9:00pm||Tara Skurtu|
|MET EN 202 C1||Wed. 6:00-9:00pm||Benjamin Zuerlein|
Please note that EN 202 does not satisfy the College of Arts and Sciences writing requirement. EN 202 is not a prerequisite for any of the advanced writing classes, though we do recommend it to students who wish to pursue further creative work in the program.
Because admission to any of the advanced courses is not guaranteed, we recommend that you register for 202 prior to submitting a portfolio for one of the advanced writing classes. As seats in creative writing courses are limited, we recommend that students apply to the advanced courses as often as they wish. You will only increase your chances of being accepted by doing so.
Advanced creative writing courses in either poetry (EN 304) or fiction (EN 305 in the fall, and EN 405 in the spring) are offered each semester. Seats in these courses are usually limited to ten per section, and are offered to students on a selective/competitive basis. Students must submit a sample of their creative work to the course instructor or the Creative Writing administrator before the start of classes.
For the fiction courses, please send one or two short stories, and for the poetry course, please send 5-10 poems; all should go to the administrator at email@example.com, who will forward your work to the respective instructor. Best of luck!
|CAS EN 305 A1||Writing of Fiction||TBD||Maya Sloan|
|CAS EN 304 A1||Writing of Poetry||Tues. 6 – 9||Nick Leonard|
|MET EN 202 B1||Introduction to Creative Writing||Thurs. 6 – 9||Michelle Sterling|
|MET EN 202 C1
||Introduction to Creative Writing||Wed. 6 – 9||Luisa Caycedo-Kimura|
|MET EN 305 B1||Writing of Fiction
There is presently no major or minor in creative writing at the undergraduate level, however, for students majoring or minoring in English, or pursuing a creative writing concentration in COM, any advanced creative writing course (EN 304, 305, 306, or 405, including MET courses) will count for concentration credit. Within certain limitations, you may take each creative writing course up to two times; please consult your advisors. For course offerings in the English Department, please click here.
It is not typical for undergraduates or graduate students enrolled elsewhere in the university to be accepted into one of our graduate workshops. That being said, it does happen in rare instances, provided that space is available. For students looking to be granted admission to any of the graduate workshops, the procedure is essentially the same as it is for the advanced undergraduate courses. We do ask, however, that you submit your work at least several weeks prior to the start of the semester to allow the professor extra time to consider it.