Aug 18, 2022  
2013-2014 Course Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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55-4320 Fiction Writers and Publishing


Course is designed to give developing fiction writers an understanding of the publishing industry. Attention is given to the history of fiction publishing in the United States and ongoing changes in the industry. The responsibilities of, and relationships among, writers, editors, literary agents, and publishing houses are explored. Students conduct in-depth research of fiction magazines and publishing houses. Students form their own in-class magazine and submit their work to the other student editors of the magazine. Course is designed for students working towards readying stories for submission. Students are encouraged to send their manuscripts out for publication at intervals during the semester. Guest speakers include bookstore owners, editors, publishers, and published fiction writers.

4 Credits
Requisites COREQUISITES: 55-1101 Fiction Writing I  or 55-4101 Fiction Writing I 



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