Creative Writing and Thought


Better Thinkers Make Better Writers

In Creative Writing and Thought, students take a mixture of courses designed to help them practice the craft of creative writing while exploring its philosophical underpinnings. By recognizing that reading and writing are profoundly inter-related, students learn to be better readers of imaginative works and to take their reading experiences into their writing. Students are provided with opportunities to share their work in group critiques, writing workshops, campus competitions, and informal conversations during weekly meetings of the Wordsmiths.


WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO

MUSIC AUTHOR TO DISCUSS ROCK AND ROLL, RACE

Academic, author and pop music critic Jack Hamilton will discuss his recent book, “Just around … Read More

AWARD-WINNING SINGER, SPEAKER TO VISIT OZARKS

Award-winning singer, songwriter, author and public speaker David LaMotte will present several events at University … Read More

Sawyer finds ideal fit with BookTrails internship

As Jake Sawyer was reading the Office of Career Services' weekly Career Corner newsletter last semester, a line under the internship opportunities section with the title, "BookTrails: Steamboat Springs, Colorado," suddenly caught his eye.