Program Details

Undergraduate: English (ENGH) 392: Forms of Fiction English (ENGH) 393: Forms of Nonfiction English (ENGH) 398: Fiction Writing English (ENGH) 399: Creative Nonfiction Writing English (ENGH) 492: Advanced Fiction Writing Workshop English (ENGH) 497: Topic
Dublin, Ireland
Program Type:
Study Abroad
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Program Overview

Program Description:

The Creative Writer's Workshop study abroad program guides you through simple and fun right-brain/left-brain exercises, which draw upon your imagination as you learn the principles of story and express your creativity through writing fiction, memoir and autobiographical fiction. New, emerging and advanced writers are offered the opportunity to explore fiction and life experiences through the creation of story, in a chosen genre, be it Literary Fiction, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Memoir, Crime, Children's, Popular Fiction etc. The aim of the program is to trigger and deepen imaginative concepts, strengthen writing voice and enhance inherent creativity so that you understand story and learn how to write best sellers. The program also includes intensive workshopping of stories. Students are welcome to develop a concept they have previously worked on, or use the workshop to access new writing concepts. The writing program also includes guided mythology walks and talks to ancient sites on Inis Mor Island and an exploratory adventure in the Burren landscape.

Program Details Seeking Credits for the Following: Undergraduate: English (ENGH) 398: Fiction Writing English (ENGH) 497: Topics in Creative Writing English (ENGH) 399: Creative Nonfiction Writing Graduate: English (ENGH) 608: Craft Seminar English (ENGH) 619: Special Topics in Writing

Program Fee (Summer 2016): $5995

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