Undergraduate Advisor: Professor P. Lowell Bowditch
The program’s undergraduate curriculum offers introductory, intermediate, and advanced writing courses in fiction, poetry, and nonfiction. Highlights of undergraduate offerings include:
Students receiving a minor in Creative Writing will successfully complete courses in which they will study matters of craft by reading and writing creative works, and develop critical thinking and interpretive skills. In addition, students will hone their ability to articulate complex ideas with subtlety and clarity, and gain instruction in the mechanics of writing.
Join like-minded peers in a learning community with the shared mission of deepening your intellectual lives and developing yourselves as literary artists over an entire year. Nowhere else on campus do undergraduate students receive the sustained and close attention to their creative writing that the Kidd Workshops offer.
Students should consult their major advisors about integrating creative writing courses into their programs.
Check out our exciting Creative Writing workshops and seminars.
Full descriptions are provided for many of the courses listed below;
follow this link: Course Descriptions.
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For undergraduate students interested in receiving information about Creative Writing Program offerings: minor in creative writing, Kidd Workshops, writing competition, upcoming courses, and annual Reading Series. Don’t miss out — join today!