Creative Writing Course Glasgow

View detailed information about this course This course is devoted to the development of non-fiction creative prose.Among the themes and genres engaged with will be: travel writing, psychogeography, non-academic critical writing, prose poetry, diary, memoir, and the fragment.

Students will study examples across the genre and build up a portfolio of work, discussion of which will form the basis of weekly workshops.

View detailed information about this course Students may also choose from a variety courses offered on the English Literary Studies MLitt Programme, or other appropriate MLitt modules offered by the School (up to a maximum of 30 credits per semester) You can choose one or both of these modules: Taught by experienced, award-winning writers, this course will engage students in a variety of activities designed to develop their creativity and originality, as well as in specific tasks to test and extend their technical skill in the writing of prose fiction.

Try your hand at different forms of writing – short stories, novels, poetry and drama – in a relaxed and supportive atmosphere.

These ten-week courses run all year round, on Thursday afternoons from 1.00 – 3.00 pm.

You can take this degree as a stand-alone one-year or two-year part time Masters degree or as a first step towards an MPhil or Ph D (subject to admission to further degree programmes either at Aberdeen or elsewhere).

It is likely to appeal to you if you wish to develop your knowledge and practical skill in imaginative writing and if you wish to create a solid foundation on which to build a Ph D research proposal in Creative Writing.Students may also choose from a variety of courses offered on the English Literary Studies MLitt Programme, or other appropriate MLitt modules offered by the School (up to a maximum of 30 credits per semester) You can choose one or both of these modules: The course engages students in a variety of activities designed to develop their creativity and originality, as well as in specific tasks to test and extend their skill in the writing of poetry.Students will attempt imitations of a variety of different poetic styles, will be provided with a number of specific 'stimulus' exercises and will develop and revise their poems both independently and in regular workshop sessions.The new ensemble will recruit from Spring 2020 onwards.To find out more please contact Creative Learning Manager (Maternity Cover) Julie Brown at [email protected] or call the Tron Box Office on 01 to book directly.Students will be encouraged to develop an awareness of the centrality of narrative voice, to experiment with a variety of different narrative styles and to develop and revise their work in the context of workshop discussion and individually targeted feedback from course tutors.View detailed information about this course This course offers students the opportunity to develop their understanding of, and practical skills in, the writing of prose fiction.We use cookies on this website, mainly to provide a secure browsing experience but also to collect statistics on how the website is used.We also embed content from third parties, including social media websites, which may include cookies.View detailed information about this course Students may also choose from a variety of courses offered on the English Literary Studies MLitt Programme, or other appropriate MLitt modules offered by the School (up to a maximum of 30 credits per semester) You can choose one or both of these modules: The course engages students in a variety of activities designed to develop their creativity and originality, as well as in specific tasks to test and extend their skill in the writing of poetry.View detailed information about this course This course will provide students with the opportunity to write an extended folio of creative work in either poetry or prose.

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