Thesis Binding Southampton

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Topics have included Advanced Playwriting, Screenwriting, Fiction into Film, Musical Book, and Adaptation.CWL 535 - Writing in Multiple Genres, 4 credits Regular submission, discussion, and analysis of students’ work in two or more genres of creative writing.

Topics have included Advanced Playwriting, Screenwriting, Fiction into Film, Musical Book, and Adaptation.CWL 535 - Writing in Multiple Genres, 4 credits Regular submission, discussion, and analysis of students’ work in two or more genres of creative writing.

The workshop is open to students who are pursuing a book-length project and who want to be exposed to the work of others in varying genres.

Strongly recommended for students preparing for the thesis. The summer sessions at Southampton are intensive programs of creative writing workshops in all genres, including children’s literature, together with lectures, readings, seminars, and panels featuring nationally distinguished authors.

Academic Requirements | Academic Regulations | Thesis The MFA in Writing and Literature degree requires 46 credit hours, 40 of course work and a six-credit thesis.

Here is how credits are distributed: Required Introduction to the MFA Program (4 Credits) CWL 500 - Introduction to Graduate Writing, 4 credits A seminar that introduces students to one another, to the faculty, to the program in Creative Writing and Literature, and to issues in contemporary writing.

TAF 650/CWL 530 - Forms of Scriptwriting, 4 credits.

Regular submission, discussion, and analysis of students’ work in one or more contemporary areas of scriptwriting, with special emphasis on writing for film and theater.

Topics include Three Characters in Search of an Author; Imagining What You Know; What We Write About When We Write About Love; Fiction, Fact and the Heart of the Story; Writing about Place; Writing Everything; and Writing on Location .

CWL 540 - Forms of Creative Nonfiction, 4 credits Regular submission, discussion, and analysis of students’ work in one or more contemporary fields of nonfiction writing.

Although courses may be repeated for credit, students are strongly encouraged to experiment among the disciplines.

CWL 510 - Forms of Fiction, 4 credits Regular submission, discussion, and analysis of students’ work in one or more areas of fiction.

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