ENGL 13
Creative Writing: A Variety of Forms Winter 2023

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This winter study explores creative writing in a variety of forms: short fiction, then novels, then plays, and finally movies. Each week we will meet twice: once to look at examples and talk in general terms about technique, and once to discuss our own attempts. Each class will be three hours long, but the bulk of the work will be between them: I shall expect you to write a short story, a scene-by-scene sketch of a novel, a scene from a play, and finally a film-script. Nothing has to be very long.
The Class: Format: lecture
Limit: 19
Expected: NA
Class#: 1324
Grading: pass/fail only
Requirements/Evaluation: Short story, scene-by-scene sketch of a novel, film script
Prerequisites: none
Enrollment Preferences: Students who express interest in the course
Unit Notes: Paul Park, recently retired from the English Department, is the author of a dozen novels and three collections of stories. He is currently collaborating on a series of screenplays for SunHaus Pictures.
Attributes: SLFX Winter Study Self-Expression
STUX Winter Study Student Exploration

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