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Creative Writing: A Master Class

by Academy of Achievement

This course material is only available in the iTunes U app on iPhone or iPad.

Course Description

Delve into the world of creative writing and hone your skills and knowledge on the craft with Creative Writing: A Master Class eCourse. Featuring a multi-media eTextbook, Creative Writing: Learning from the Masters, and nearly 40 audio and video podcasts containing unique insights from more than 30 authors, this course pulls back the curtain on the writing process. Learn from critically acclaimed and award winning authors who candidly and exclusively reveal their methods, challenges, and advice on the noble craft of creating fiction, and practice writing while analyzing the critical elements of fiction. Topics include:

  • Sourcing Fiction
  • Developing Plot
  • Creating Characters
  • Considering Point of View
  • Tackling Revision
  • Overcoming Challenges
  • Finding Inspiration
  • Exploring Method
  • Taking Advice

Upon completion of this course, students will have gained a better understanding of the writing craft through intimate conversations with the best writers of modern time, including Joyce Carol Oates, Norman Mailer, Ernest J. Gaines, Carol Shields, Amy Tan, and John Irving, the study and practice of the elements of fiction, and an understanding of method and process.
This multi-media eCourse is appropriate for students in high school, college, and beyond.

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I'm wishing I would have read the reviews, or that the course creator had stated that only iPads were acceptable devices for use with this course.

I won't claim to have wasted a lot of time on this, because I didn't. But I will claim disappointment that I can't utilize this course. Oh well, I guess if they want to limit the amount of interested users, then so be it.

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