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Writing/Literature

Advanced Creative Writing (Livestream)— 2021-01-12 through  2021-04-29$359— LivestreamView Details

15 Tues. and Thurs., Jan. 12-April 29, 10:30 a.m.-Noon. Work with other writers to develop your craft: concrete language, conflict, characterization, point of view, narrative arc, pace, and setting. Focusing on fiction, but with room for nonfiction, classes include workshops, foundational readings and discussions, technique activities, and revising practice. Gain experience giving and receiving feedback. Led by writer/educator, Alissia J.R. Lingaur, you will engage with Joyce Carol Oates' Telling Stories (required text) and explore ways to shape meaning in prose. A strong language skills background is preferred or obtain instructor permission (email alingaur@nmc.edu). Uses Moodle and Zoom for livestream classes. NMC ID/Password required--available through NMC Help Desk 231-995-3020. May also be taken for academic credit as ENG222. Required text (ISBN: 978-0393-97176-7) is available at nmc.edu/bookstore.

  • Seats available: Approximately 3. This will be confirmed at checkout.
  • Location: Other  —  Maps
  • Course ID = 401095672
Shakespeare (Online) — 2021-01-11 through  2021-05-01$429— OnlineView Details

15 weeks, Jan. 11-May 1. Friends, fans of the Bard, and thespians, welcome! This seminar group will read together, discuss together, and perform together. Using our minds and bodies as well as current digital technology, we will delve into Shakespeare’s works in an attempt to understand not only what his texts say but also how they were received and continue to play as the world changes. We'll explore the major dramatic works of Shakespeare through performance and creative writing as well as through lecture, film, and discussion. This online class is available 24/7 and uses Moodle. NMC ID/Password required--available through NMC Help Desk 231-995-3020. May also be taken for academic credit as ENG254.

  • Seats available: Approximately 5. This will be confirmed at checkout.
  • Location: Other  —  Maps
  • Course ID = 401095618
Shakespeare (Online) — 2021-01-11 through  2021-05-01$429— OnlineView Details

15 weeks, Jan. 11-May 1. Friends, fans of the Bard, and thespians, welcome! This seminar group will read together, discuss together, and perform together. Using our minds and bodies as well as current digital technology, we will delve into Shakespeare’s works in an attempt to understand not only what his texts say but also how they were received and continue to play as the world changes. We'll explore the major dramatic works of Shakespeare through performance and creative writing as well as through lecture, film, and discussion. This online class is available 24/7 and uses Moodle. NMC ID/Password required--available through NMC Help Desk 231-995-3020. May also be taken for academic credit as ENG254.

  • Seats available: Approximately 5. This will be confirmed at checkout.
  • Location: Other  —  Maps
  • Course ID = 401095618
Advanced Creative Writing (Livestream)— 2021-01-12 through  2021-04-29$359— LivestreamView Details

15 Tues. and Thurs., Jan. 12-April 29, 10:30 a.m.-Noon. Work with other writers to develop your craft: concrete language, conflict, characterization, point of view, narrative arc, pace, and setting. Focusing on fiction, but with room for nonfiction, classes include workshops, foundational readings and discussions, technique activities, and revising practice. Gain experience giving and receiving feedback. Led by writer/educator, Alissia J.R. Lingaur, you will engage with Joyce Carol Oates' Telling Stories (required text) and explore ways to shape meaning in prose. A strong language skills background is preferred or obtain instructor permission (email alingaur@nmc.edu). Uses Moodle and Zoom for livestream classes. NMC ID/Password required--available through NMC Help Desk 231-995-3020. May also be taken for academic credit as ENG222. Required text (ISBN: 978-0393-97176-7) is available at nmc.edu/bookstore.

  • Seats available: Approximately 3. This will be confirmed at checkout.
  • Location: Other  —  Maps
  • Course ID = 401095672