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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 ; 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 . 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.
For more information about the Creative Writing Minor, contact the Director of Creative Writing, Amy Catanzano .
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 Dillon Johnston Writers Reading Series: http://college.wfu.edu/english/student-resources/dillon-johnston-writers-reading-series/
 3 to 4 oz: http://3to4ounces.wfu.edu/templates/about.php
 Creative Writing Minor: http://college.wfu.edu/english/minors/creative-writing/
 Requirements: http://college.wfu.edu/english/minors/creative-writing/requirements/
 Applying to MFA Programs: http://college.wfu.edu/english/minors/creative-writing/applying-mfa/
 Resources: http://college.wfu.edu/english/minors/creative-writing/creativewriting-resources/
 Faculty: http://college.wfu.edu/english/minors/creative-writing/creative-writing-faculty/
 Amy Catanzano: mailto:email@example.com
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