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Beyond the Writer’s Closet: Progenitor
Each spring, a dedicated staff of credit students and Community Ed students create ACC’s Progenitor Art & Literary Journal from the ground up. Progenitor publishes student and community prose and art work from around the world and continues to garner awards each year from national competition. Learn the world of publishing from behind the scenes and produce ACC’s award-winning print and online journal. We welcome literary and art-minded people of all skills and experience to join our staff. Check out arapahoe.edu/progenitor for details. Contact Kathryn Winograd at email@example.com. *No class March 15/17.
Tue/Thu, Jan 19-May 10,* 4-5:15 p.m., 15 wks Littleton Campus
WRIT 2002W01-80789 $299
Grammar Refresher: What are FANBOYS Anyway?
Are you in need of a refresher for college or to write that report? Whatever your goals, a grasp of English grammar is important for writing and speaking. Gain confidence to produce clean, grammatically correct work and to speak correctly. Discuss and practice English grammar basics such as sentence structure and punctuation. Write for clarity and for your audience. Practice what you learn through online, at home, and in-class exercises.
Tue, Jan 26-Mar 1, 11-12:30 p.m., 6 wks Littleton Campus
WRIT 1019W01-81992 $149, plus book
Creative Writing II: Go Deeper
Explore the deep roots of expression and discovery within literary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction, and the multiple crossovers between genres. Choose your focus for a specific project throughout the semester or explore multiple genres through readings and exercises that emphasize the elements of craft in all literary writing. Contact Kathryn Winograd at firstname.lastname@example.org. *No class March 14.
Mon, Jan 25-May 9,* 5:30-8:15 p.m., 15 wks Littleton Campus
WRIT 2005W01-81129 $299, plus book
Writing for the Graphic Novel
Expand your creative writing horizons. Explore the process of writing and revision through script development and graphic composition. Examine the principles of composition, different writing styles, and process used in the development of this genre. Dive into the adventure of using the graphic novel as a vehicle for a unique, personal venue for written expression. Any level of writing experience welcome. Contact Kate Caruso at email@example.com. *No class March 15/17.
Tue/Thu, Jan 19-May 10,* 1-2:15 p.m., 15 wks Littleton Campus
WRIT 2017W01-81991 $299, plus book
Fiction Writing Workshop
“It’s kind of strange - in fiction you get to tell lies and are applauded for it.” –Robert James Waller
Learn how to take your storytelling to a new level through the craft of fiction writing. Create intriguing characters, powerful narrative, backstories, and dialogue. Read and discuss contemporary stories as models for your own beginning stories. Generate story ideas and practice elements of craft through exercises designed to inspire. Lead by the ACC Creative Writing program’s new faculty for Fall 2014. Books titles will be sent out on registration. For questions, contact Kathryn Winograd at 303 797 5815 firstname.lastname@example.org. Please register 10 days before the class starts. *No class Nov 24.
Tue, Sept 8-Dec 15, 5:30-8:15 p.m., 14 wks*, Littleton Campus
WRIT 2008F01-69141 $299, plus books
Creative Writing Essentials
Take those musings, meanderings, scribbled pages, and ideas that float in your head and create a lasting treasure. Discuss plot, character development, dialogue, description, scene, transition, and point of view. Fine tune writing skills and get feedback to help you grow in a pressure-free environment. Explore writing and see with a writer’s eyes. Spark ideas, gain confidence, and experiment with both fiction and nonfiction.
Mon, Feb 1-Mar 7, 6:30-8:30 p.m., 6 wks Littleton Campus
WRIT 1010W01-80185 $189
W.H. Auden said, “A poet is, before anything else, a person who is passionately in love with language.” Is that you? Are you ready to explore how dreams, snippets of songs, doodles in a journal, and a highway sign can become poetry? Explore the art and craft of what is free, formal, and experimental in poetry in a safe workshop setting. Focus on writing, reading and discussing “luminous things.” Designed for beginning and advanced poets and writers who want to take their writing to a new level. Books available through the ACC bookstore and Amazon: The Practice of Poetry: Writing Exercises from Poets Who Teach edited by Robin Behn, and A Book of Luminous Things: An International Anthology of Poetry edited by Czeslaw Milosz. Online readings will be available on D2L. Questions contact Kathryn.email@example.com 303 797 5815. Please register 10 days before the class starts. *No class Nov 26.
Thu, Sept 10-Dec 10, 5:30-8:15 p.m., 14 wks* Littleton Campus
WRIT 2011F01-69143 $299, plus book
Publishing Your Writing
Have you written a short story, poem, essay or even a novel or screenplay that the world needs to get its hands on? Here’s the opportunity to get that work published and into the universe! Learn to target a magazine, journal or agent for your work. Create a submissions tracker and develop a complete query package, with a query letter, a personal biography, and even a book proposal for your completed novel. Conduct important market research on competitive titles, genres and sub-genres, branding, create a book trailer (like a movie trailer!) and a book cover. Create a social media presence and design a virtual book tour. No need to have finished book length work to benefit from this comprehensive and up to date view of the publishing industry. Please register 10 days before the class starts. *No class Nov 25.
Wed, Sept 9-Dec 9, 5:30-8:15 p.m., 15 wks Littleton Campus
WRIT 2003F01-69165 $299, plus books from ACC Bookstore
Fun! Fast! Convenient! Great Content! Get a Certificate! All these courses are conducted online. Click on the class links below or visit our online section to see how easy and fun online learning can be.
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|Grammar Refresher||ONLI 1060||$119|
|Writeriffic: Creativity Training For Writers||ONLI 1062||$119|
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|Fundamentals of Technical Writing||ONLI 1066||$119|
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|Beginning Writer’s Workshop||ONLI 1110||$119|
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|Beginner’s Guide to Getting Published||ONLI 1116||$119|
|Introduction to Internet Writing Markets||ONLI 1122||$119|
|Publish and Sell Your E-books||ONLI 1202||$119|