Fall 2016

Course Code Title/Instructor Meets
ENGL 218-01 Creative Writing: Poetry and Fiction
Instructor: David Ball, ENGL STAFF
Course Description:
Cross-listed with CRWR 218-01. An introductory creative writing workshop in poetry and fiction.This course is cross-listed as CRWR 218.
1500:MR   EASTC 212
ENGL 218-02 Creative Writing: Poetry and Fiction
Instructor: Siobhan Phillips
Course Description:
Cross-listed with CRWR 218-02. An introductory creative writing workshop in poetry and fiction.This course is cross-listed as CRWR 218.
1330:W   EASTC 107
ENGL 218-03 Creative Writing: Poetry and Fiction
Instructor: Elise Levine
Course Description:
Cross-listed with CRWR 218-03. An introductory creative writing workshop in poetry and fiction.This course is cross-listed as CRWR 218.
1330:TF   EASTC 312
ENGL 218-04 Creative Writing: Poetry and Fiction
Instructor: David Ball, ENGL STAFF
Course Description:
Cross-listed with CRWR 218-04. An introductory creative writing workshop in poetry and fiction.This course is cross-listed as CRWR 218.
1330:MR   EASTC 312
ENGL 219-01 Screenwriting
Instructor: FLST STAFF, Stephen Weinberger
Course Description:
Cross-listed with FLST 310-01. This course will familiarize students with the fundamentals of good screenwriting: structure, theme, conflict, character, and dialogue. Students take part in weekly writing exercises as preparation for their final class project--creating a detailing outline of an original screenplay, and completing the first act. Topics include plot and subplot, character development, and commercial considerations such as format and genre. Students are required to read essential books on scriptwriting and to analyze several films and the screenplays on which they are based.
1330:M   BOSLER 214
ENGL 219-02 Publishing: An Overview
Instructor: Elise Levine
Course Description:
This course provides an understanding of the book and literary-journal publishing process, including hands-on training in guiding written works through to publication and beyond. We will examine the process of editing and preparing manuscripts for publication, and the fundamentals of design and production. We will also explore the strategies of promotion for and distribution of finished print books and journals, and acquire an understanding of some of the skills involved in electronic publishing. This course is not a software instruction course.
1500:TF   EASTC 406
ENGL 317-01 Advanced Creative Writing: Fiction
Instructor: Susan Perabo
Course Description:
Cross-listed with CRWR 317-01. Writing and discussion of fiction. Prerequisite: 218 or permission of the instructor. This course is cross-listed as CRWR 317.
1330:M   EASTC 107
ENGL 319-01 Advanced Creative Writing: Poetry
Instructor: Carol Ann Johnston
Course Description:
Cross-listed with CRWR 319-01. Writing and discussion of poetry. Prerequisite: 218 or permission of the instructor. This course is cross-listed as CRWR 319.
1330:W   EASTC 312
ENGL 337-01 The Craft of Fiction
Instructor: Susan Perabo
Course Description:
Cross-listed with CRWR 337-01. This course will closely examine the tools, materials, and specific techniques used to create successful short stories and discuss The Masters as craftsmen (and craftswomen) in their trade. We'll begin with Chekhov and end with contemporaries such as Tobias Wolfe and Lorrie Moore. On the way we'll discuss the likes of Joyce, Fitzgerald, O'Connor, Cheever, and Carver.Prerequisite: 101. This course is cross-listed as CRWR 337.
0900:TR   STERN 11
Courses Offered in FLST
Course Code Title/Instructor Meets
FLST 310-01 Screenwriting
Instructor: FLST STAFF, Stephen Weinberger
Course Description:
Cross-listed with ENGL 219-01. This course will familiarize students with the fundamentals of good screenwriting: structure, theme, conflict, character, and dialogue. Students take part in weekly writing exercises as preparation for their final class project--creating a detailing outline of an original screenplay, and completing the first act. Topics include plot and subplot, character development, and commercial considerations such as format and genre. Students are required to read essential books on scriptwriting and to analyze several films and the screenplays on which they are based.
1330:M   BOSLER 214