CRWR 5900 Publishing and the Creative Writer

An examination of the profession of publishing for creative writers. This course provides new or unpublished writers with knowledge of industry standards, expectations, and processes essential to the start of a professional writing career. Students will explore current publishing platforms, from self-publishing to independent and traditional models, with an emphasis on the roles a writer must play at every stage of the process, i.e. author, client, collaborator, publicist, peer, and community member.


3 credits

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Meet Program Admissions Requirements or Permission of Graduate Program Coordinator