Registration opens on January 7th and class starts on February 2nd. Don't miss out on the opportunity to a build a firm foundation for your writing. Join us as we demystify the writing process through experimentation with style and structure. To sign up click here http://stlcc.edu/CE .
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Expected weather: Partial sunshine 76° /32°F with sunshine. If the weather forecast does not drastically change, on Saturday 9/22/18 class will meet at the Missouri Botanical Garden in the main lobby at 9 a.m. Directions will be posted in Slack. If you have any concerns about accessibility or transportation please let me know so that … Continue reading Lit Crawl: Lesson 01
For the final section of our spring workshop, my students and I explored the topic of creative technical writing. We defined what technical writing is, how it is used and identified examples of it in our everyday lives. Consequentially, we also discussed examples of ineffective technical writing, see “How Ikea Instructions Could Go from … Continue reading Spring 18′ In-class Final Assignment
Ever wonder where some of your favorite works of "street lit" got their inspiration for sex, violence, and tragedy from? This summer we'll revisit some the Bard's most famous works. To sign up click here http://stlcc.edu/CE .
To craft compelling and believable narratives about urban dwelling, it is imperative to have a good grasp of how it is experienced and portrayed in both fiction and nonfiction. Here are some of my favorite reads to draw inspiration from.
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