Courses: Fall 2018

 Arher Rakham illustration, Undine Lost in the Danube

Nonfiction Fairy tales

Fairy tales aren’t only for fiction writers. In this course, we’ll explore methods for incorporating fairy tales into our nonfiction writing. We’ll look at critical and pop culture essays about fairy tales. We’ll try our hands at stranger forms in which fairy tales influence the shapes and preoccupations of creative nonfiction and memoir. This course will include weekly readings and exercises meant to generate new work. Students will also have the option to submit one piece for instructor critique and to participate in online peer workshops if they choose.

Course runs October 3, 2018 – November 14, 2018 online at the Loft.


PAst Courses

 

CREATIVE WRITING

Writing Hybrid Forms | Summer 2018 | online | The Loft

Writing Feminist Fairy Tales | Spring 2018 | online | The Loft

Advanced Creative Writing | Fiction | Fall 2016 | Spring 2017 | Portland Community College

Beginning Creative Writing | Fiction | Fall 2016 | Spring 2017  | Portland Community College

Beginning Creative Writing | Prose | Winter 2015 – Spring 2015 | University of Washington

 

Literature/Academic Writing and Research

College Writing – Feminist Literature | Winter 2018 – Spring 2018 | Portland Community College

Writing with Research | Fall 2016 – Winter 2018 | Portland Community College

College Writing | hybrid course | Fall 2016 – Fall 2017 | Portland Community College

College Writing | Fall 2013 – Fall 2014 | University of Washington

World Literature – Fairy Tales | online| Winter 2016  | Renton Technical College

College Writing and Writing with Research | online and f2f | Fall 2015 - Spring 2016 | Renton Technical College

Technical Writing | Winter 2016 | Renton Technical College