In an online classroom, students will complete in-class assignments and discuss their work with others.
Students will be required to turn in multiple drafts of their original short story and wait for personal feedback from the instructor before turning in a final draft of the work.
You’ll also have the momentum to succeed, thanks to comprehensive course notes and plenty of online resources via the AWC website and blog. I've already recommended it to several people.” – Amy Spanton (completed in Sydney) "I feel much more confident to start serious writing after completing the course.
“This course contained so much practical advice which was exactly what I was looking for. I liked doing the workshopping and group exercises – it really stimulated my imagination. I am already recommending this course to a friend with the comment that it will inspire and provide some really useful tips to stop procrastinating, get off your arse and start writing!
“The course was the absolute nuts and bolts approach I was looking for.
I loved the logical step-by-step approach to the craft of writing.
However, a discussion post is due every Wednesday and a writing assignment is due every Friday.
Class Dates: Fall 2019 (September 3) Course Description: A course in fiction and non-fiction types of creative writing that provides instruction and practice in the following genres: poetry, short fiction, and creative non-fiction.
" If your goal is to write a novel, AWC offers three stages of creative support and guidance to help you get there.
Creative Writing Stage 1 kicks things off – giving you a solid understanding of how to build your story.