WRWS 4110 ADVANCED FICTION STUDIO II (4 credits)
An advanced course in fiction in which students write and edit the most fully-developed short stories and/or novel sections of their college career, as well as read, analyze, and discuss assigned texts. Students examine the techniques of fiction writing, use the vocabulary and perspective they have gained so far to discuss their and others' work. They draw upon aspects of the self, the senses, imagination and memory to produce texts unique to their own voice and experience. (Cross-listed with WRWS 4100, WRWS 8116)
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): WRWS 3100 or permission of instructor. Not open to non-degree graduate students.