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, comics, gaming, roleplaying–in order to derive replicable strategies and skills we can then use in our own creative work. As best we can, we’ll also take guidance and inspiration from the real world and from history, hoping to create memorable and immersive worlds of our own to explore.

CRW251 – Worldbuilding is a multi-genre course, so writers and participants of all kind are welcome. Novelists, comics, filmmakers, poets, gamers, and all others looking for a creative outlet are welcome here.  Throughout the semester, we’ll collaborate on some projects, work solo on others, and ultimately develop a supportive atmosphere to develop your creative pieces. As a hybrid course, we’ll meet face to face once a week (Thursdays from 10 to 11:15AM) and conduct other business online.

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Course Spotlight: CRW202 – Witness Writing

As everyone goes through the process of determining their Spring schedules and registering for classes, we’d like to highlight some of our special creative offerings. The first course we’d like to spotlight is CRW202 – Witness Writing. This is an online course, taught by Kimberly Williams. View the flyer below for more information, and contact Professor Williams for questions, or if you have any trouble registering.

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