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Saturday Workshop: What Do Your Characters Want?

What do your characters want? What do they really want? What pushes them through their narratives? What are the motives for the crazy shenanigans that they get themselves into? What are the motivations behind their motivations? Our characters may not … Continue reading

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Traveler Winners for 2018-2019

It is with great pleasure that we announce the literary selections for the 2018-2019 issue of Traveler, GCC’s Arts & Literary Magazine. From roughly 100 submissions, the following pieces have been selected for publication: Creative Nonfiction First Place: Charlie Bickel … Continue reading

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Scholarship: The Randy Smith Award for Humorous Poetry

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Event: Poetry on the Patio

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Saturday Workshop: How To “Get More” Out of Any Literature

Which of these statements describes you best? I like reading for fun. I’m interested in reading and analyzing literary prose or poetry. I’m interested in writing literary prose or poetry. I’m interested in writing better literary prose or poetry. I’ve … Continue reading

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Course Spotlight: CRW251 – Worldbuilding

In Spring 2019, we’re trying out a brand new class. This one focuses on the process of worldbuilding–the development of fictional worlds within which to set your creative endeavors. We’ll look at existing worlds from a variety of media–literature, film, … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Poetry & Prose Slam Winners!

A week ago, we hosted our annual Poetry & Prose Slam competition. During the night, numerous competitors read and performed the best of their poetry as well as their flash and short fiction. It took three rounds, nearly two hours, … Continue reading

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