Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Fall 2015 Class Schedule

Click class titles for instructor course descriptions and textbook info. 

ON-CAMPUS CLUSTER (9 credit hours):
The Prose Cluster: Fiction & Creative Nonfiction
Andrew Pryor
Tuesdays starting September 29
LUCC Conference Room

ONLINE CLASSES (3 credit hours each):
All online classes begin October 5.
Read the full First Assignment for Online Classes post for instructions on the first required post and Blackboard login instructions.

Adv Studies in Craft of Poetry--Catherine Rankovic
The Rockstar Poets & Writers--Julia Gordon-Bramer
FULL Ekphrastic Poetry--Eve Jones
FULL Fiction Craft & Workshop--David Hollingsworth
Literary Novel Draft Workshop--Wm Anthony Connolly
FULL Flash Fiction--Kelli Allen
Flash Nonfiction--Mary Anderson
Narrative Journalism--Tony D'Souza
FULL Magical Realism Literature & Workshop--Eve Jones
Genre Fiction as Literature: The Graphic Novel--Zachary Vickers
The Literary Journal: Production & Publication (for TLR issue 6)--Beth Mead
     NOTE: It is recommended that all MFA students take at least one section of The Literary Journal during their time in the program, as it is a valuable opportunity for writers to experience the other side of the submissions process. Students may take up to three sections total of The Literary Journal.

GRADUATE THESIS:
If Fall Quarter is your final quarter in the program, you must include in your registration email that you wish to be enrolled in the thesis for fall. If you would like to request a specific midterm reader, include your request in your registration email. Read the full thesis guidelines HERE


INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY: 
Deadline: Writing sample must be received by Beth no later than Wednesday morning (8/19).
Please check your email for an internship opportunity (creative nonfiction blogging for The Art of Women Foundation) for 6 credit hours for fall quarter. Interested students should email Beth with a brief creative nonfiction writing sample to apply for this internship. Up to four students will be accepted for this exciting opportunity for our writers. This internship is open to all LU MFA students, whether on-campus or fully online (out-of-state) students.


NOTE to MFA students: Beth will email you by the end of this week (8/14) with class details and registration information. Then you will email her your class choices. Beth will register students (in the order of emails received) by the end of next week (8/21).



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