English 626 Zacharias
Graduate Fiction Workshop Spring 2003
Office Hours: 11-12 T Th and by appointment, 131 McIver
Texts: Student Fiction
Course Description: In the graduate fiction workshop we will discuss student fiction, essays about fiction, and related issues of craft.
Student Learning Goals: Upon completion of this course students will have a greater understanding of the many ways fiction works and will have improved their skills in crafting original fiction.
Requirements: *Reading of all materials distributed in class for discussion
*Written critiques of each work of student fiction, to be submitted to the author on discussion dates and turned in to the instructor in a portfolio due April 24
*50 pages of original fiction
Class Attendance: No unexcused absences
Scheduling: I will pass around a sign up sheet for student fiction discussion dates. Work will be due the Friday prior to the discussion date. Supplementary materials will be assigned as pertinent to issues that arise from our discussions and/or open slots arise.
Workshop Discussion Schedule
Feb. 27 Note that this date coincides with the AWP Conference in Baltimore. I need to go. If many of you plan to go, we can reschedule this workshop.