Creative Writing Program - School of Liberal Arts
The SFCC Student Writing Awards are Now Accepting Entries
Let your creative juices flow and submit your poems, stories and essays to the Writing Awards - you could be published and even win a cash prize. Send your entry by email to Daniel Kilpatric, email@example.com. Download flier for details. The deadline to submit is noon on December 8.
About the Program
Do you see stories everywhere you go? Do words form patterns you just can't wait to express? If you are a dedicated writer willing to work with your peers and professors to learn, revise, and expand your work, a certificate in creative writing from SFCC could be the beginning of a rewarding career.
The creative writing program is dedicated to students' development in the three writing genres: fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction. Your creative writing classes are taught by professional writers, and may include classes in book making and desktop publishing. There is also a magazine internship at the Santa Fe Literary Review and a portfolio class to complete a book-length manuscript. The program can even help prepare you to earn a bachelor's degree in creative writing.
- Book and magazine publishing
- Teaching creative writing
- Marketing and public relations
- Advocacy, grantmaking and civic organizations
- Motion picture and video industries
For more information, please contact Miriam Sagan, 505-428-1816, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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