ENGL& 236/237, Creative Writing (5 cr.)
Creative Writing students explore the resources of their imaginations, sharpen their writing and verbal skills, all while
reading a wide range of poetry, creative nonfiction and fiction-and creating their own individual works. Students also have
the opportunity to meet nationally recognized writers, through Wire Harp: LitLive!, a visiting writers program that hosts a
professional writer once each academic year, usually in winter quarter.
Creative Writing courses are taught by professional poets and prose writers who are dedicated to the craft of writing and
the appreciation of imaginative work that spans all literary genres.
Please visit the online homes of our ASG and IRP clubs, The Creative Writing Club and The Wire Harp Club. Creative
Writing students and faculty are encouraged to submit their work to
The Wire Harp, SFCC's creative arts magazine.
The class offerings for creative writing are as follows: