ENG498H1: Advanced Creative Writing Seminar: Long-Form Writing


Students study and produce long-form creative work in a genre of their choice (the novella, short stories, the long poem) or in a genre determined by the professor. Beyond craft and literary analysis, this course develops capacities that writers need to cultivate for future success, such as idea-generation, persistence, independence, and creative problem-solving. Priority enrolment will be given to students enrolled in the Creative Writing Minor.

9.0 credits including ENG289H1 and 1.5 additional ENG credits.
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)