In this class you will have the chance to harness your creativity and explore a range of approaches, styles and genres to help you find and tell compelling stories. You will also be given industry-insider guidance on making your work compelling and saleable. This course covers the foundations of writing fiction and creative non-fiction, including: theme, character, dialogue, plot/structure, voice, style, imagery and a range of literary devices. Tutorials take the form of a supportive writing workshop where students are encouraged to experiment with a variety of approaches to help find, develop and refine their own voice. You will also learn how to critically evaluate the work of other professionals, have the chance to practice self-editing and workshopping with an editor (your tutor) and investigate ways to apply your narrative skills and techniques to other fields: from entrepreneurial storytelling to health narratives, professional narratives, social media narratives and much in between.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
1. Critically evaluate creative work within its social, historical and cultural contexts.
2. Apply craft, theory and narrative techniques to generate original creative works in a range of styles and genres.
3. Develop ethical and transparent research frameworks to ensure credibility and authenticity in fiction and non-fiction narratives.
4. Articulate the strategy, theory and market considerations underpinning structural, stylistic, narrative and aesthetic decision within creative work.
5. Use feedback and self-evaluation to rewrite, edit and refine creative work for clarity, emotional impact, brevity, theme and consistency.
|Withdraw – Financial?||08/02/2020|
|Withdraw – Academic?||29/02/2020|
|Withdraw – Financial?||10/10/2020|
|Withdraw – Academic?||31/10/2020|