CRWR 245: Writing for Children and Young Adults
This seminar-style course introduces students to the writing of creative prose for children and young adults. Students will explore the fundamental techniques of narrative, including image, voice, rhythm, character, setting, and story. Guided writing exercises, written assignments, and selected readings of works by contemporary children's writers will be used to help develop and strengthen specific creative writing skills.
Prerequisite(s): Six credits of university-level composition, literature, or creative writing.
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