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Summer 2017 On-Campus Writing Workshops

The Creative Writing Program offers introductory and intermediate writing workshops throughout the summer.

Our summer writing workshops are open to NYU and visiting students. NYU students may register for the summer term via Albert starting February 17, 2017. Visiting students should refer to the Summer in NYC website for registration information and instructions. High school students should consult the NYU Precollege website to learn more about our precollege offerings.

Summer Session I: May 22 - July 2, 2017
Summer Session II: July 3 - August 13, 2017

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CRWRI-UA 815 Creative Writing: Introduction to Fiction and Poetry (Multiple Sections)
No prerequisite. 4 points.
The popular introductory workshop offers an exciting introduction to the basic elements of poetry and fiction—with in-class writing, take-home reading and writing assignments, and substantive discussions of craft. The course is structured as a workshop, which means that students will receive feedback from their instructor and their fellow writers in a roundtable setting, and should be prepared to offer their classmates responses to their work. 

Summer Session I
Section 2
TR 1:30pm-4:40pm

Section 6
MW 1:30pm-4:40pm

Summer Session II
Section 1
MW 1:30pm-4:40pm

Section 3
TR 1:30pm-4:40pm

Precollege Sections
(For High School Students)
We offer two precollege sections of CRWRI-UA 815 Creative Writing: Introduction to Fiction & Poetry (Section 60
and Section 61). Both sections meet TR 1:30-4:40 during Summer Session II. Please visit the NYU Precollege website for more information and application instructions. 

TBA, Section 060

TBA, Section 061

CRWRI-UA 816 001 Intermediate Fiction Workshop (Summer Session II)
MW 4:00-7:10

CRWRI-UA 825 001 Intermediate Creative Nonfiction Workshop (Summer Session II)
TR 4:00-7:10

Both courses offer an opportunity to continue the pursuit of writing at the intermediate level. Integrate in-depth craft discussions and extensive outside reading to deepen students' understanding of their chosen genre and broaden their knowledge of the evolution of literary forms and techniques.