Creative Nonfiction II [Gail Folkins]
In creative nonfiction, writers find what’s extraordinary in the everyday and beyond. We’ll use literary techniques such as dialogue, characterization, and setting to explore true events. This versatile writing style is both expressive and informative, and has application in academic, literary, and even business settings. We’ll write in genres that include the memoir and the personal essay. Those who have taken Creative Nonfiction I or those with some experience in nonfiction or other genres are encouraged to join in for discussion, exercises, and extensive feedback.