Full course description
This advanced topic workshop invites students to live the life of a creative writer--out of the classroom and out in the bustling world around us. How can local environments offer new ideas for writing, or serve as vessels for stories we need to tell? Join Professors Adair and Boucher as they conduct virtual classes on location at specific Boston-area sites, introducing writers to the possibilities of writing “in the field.” We’ll also visit with celebrated contemporary poets and fiction writers, practice various methods for revising promising drafts, and learn more about literary journals and the process of publishing.
Course Participation Requirements: 2-3 hours per day of online asynchronous work; 2 additional 1- to 1.5-hour remote synchronous sessions with one or both instructors.