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Student Opportunities

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Creative Writing Minor

Student Opportunities

In addition to developing their creative writing skills in beginning and advanced workshops, students with a Creative Writing Minor have opportunities to interact with visiting writers in the Dillon Johnston Writers Reading Series [1]; participate in student readings; and gain career skills in editing and publishing by working on Wake Forest’s student literary magazine, 3 to 4 oz [2]. Students taking classes toward a Minor in Creative Writing also learn about literary activities in Winston-Salem and nearby areas with strong writing communities such as Greensboro, Chapel Hill, Durham, and elsewhere.

Also see the overview of the Creative Writing Minor [3], Requirements [4], Applying to MFA Programs [5], Resources [6] and Faculty [7].

For more information about the Creative Writing Minor, contact the Director of Creative Writing, Amy Catanzano [8].

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[1] Dillon Johnston Writers Reading Series: http://college.wfu.edu/english/student-resources/dillon-johnston-writers-reading-series/

[2] 3 to 4 oz: http://3to4ounces.wfu.edu/templates/about.php

[3] Creative Writing Minor: http://college.wfu.edu/english/minors/creative-writing/

[4] Requirements: http://college.wfu.edu/english/minors/creative-writing/requirements/

[5] Applying to MFA Programs: http://college.wfu.edu/english/minors/creative-writing/applying-mfa/

[6] Resources: http://college.wfu.edu/english/minors/creative-writing/creativewriting-resources/

[7] Faculty: http://college.wfu.edu/english/minors/creative-writing/creative-writing-faculty/

[8] Amy Catanzano: mailto:catanza@wfu.edu

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