2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin

ENG 218 The Writing Workshop

3 hours 

Writers work in fiction, poetry, drama, journalism and first-person narrative, sometimes in all of these forms. What are your potentials? What forms are best for you? This course proposes to help you gain confidence in the major forms of written expression and to discover your own writing voices. Do you keep a journal? Do you write down ideas and remembered scenes? Do you like to rhyme? Or do you want to write but don't know how to start? Learn the skills here, as you share your original work with others and with your instructor in a workshop setting. Create a portfolio of all your revised work at the end of the semester. This course will prepare you for more specialized writing courses. It is also required for the Writing Minor.




ENG 101 and ENG 201