Fall 2010 - Graduate Course Descriptions
Description of Course:
This course is an intensive investigation into the theories, aesthetics, and creation of short stoties in a workshop environment that will focus both on structure and on creative techniques and the creative process involved in producing sophisticated, challenging, and linguistically developed fictions.
Charles Bohner & Lyman Grant, SHORT FICTION: CLASSIC AND CONTEMPORARY, 6th edition
Marvin Diogenes & Clyde Moneyhun, CRAFTING FICTION IN THEORY, IN PRACTICE
Jerome Stern, MAKING SHAPELY FICTION, any edition
Strunk & White, THE ELEMENTS OF STYLE, any edition
Course Requirements/Evaluation Criteria:
Permission of the instructor and previous completion of HUAS 6351 or HUAS 6354 are required. This course may be repeated for credit to a maximum of 9 credit hours.