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Fundamentals of Creative Writing

Creative Writing Workshops lead by published authors and educators are opportunities for invention, inspiration, plus formal training in the conventions of storytelling, poetic expression, and publication.  A Workshop is a great way to hone and improve writing, grammar and mechanical skills, and do so while working on pieces that come from the heart rather than textbook assignments.  For anyone interested who hasnít completed the course pre-requisites, entrance to the sections may also be based on teacher evaluation of the studentís writing. Many of our regionís published authors got their fiFundamrst exposure to the writing of poetry, fiction and essays in Creative Writing workshops at LSC-Montgomery.  Creative Writing at Lone Star College has a long history with over 20 years of publication of SWIRL, the campus literary and arts journal, and 25 years of Writers in Performance, a monthly reading series that brings published authors to campus to share with students their works and approaches to writing and the writing life. 

ENGL 2307: Fundamentals of Creative Writing

Section #: 4N01
Class #: 4123
Units: 3.00
Instructor: D.Parsons
Location: LSC-Montgomery
Days: Wed
Times: 06:00 PM-08:35 PM
Mode of Instruction: In Person
Meeting Dates: January 14 - May 12
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ENGL 2307: Fundamentals of Creative Writing

Section #: 4Z01
Class #: 17266
Units: 3.00
Instructor: M. Lasco
Location: LSC-Montgomery
Days: Tue Thu
Times: 01:00 PM-02:45 PM
Mode of Instruction: In Person
Meeting Dates: February 11 - May 12
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If youíre a current student looking to fulfill a humanities elective, an ESOL student whoíd like to improve grammar and usage, or a returning scholar who seeks a fulfilling field to explore, ENGL 2307 is for you. 

Contact Information

Cliff Hudder
Clifford.w.hudder@LoneStar.edu 

David Parsons
David.M.Parsons@LoneStar.edu

Mary Lasco
Mary.Lasco@LoneStar.edu

 

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