|Description:||Are you an aspiring poet, playwright, short-story writer? Is the next great Canadian novel in your bottom drawer? In the Department of English at Western, we not only study works by great creative writers, we also help to make them. Graduates of our program have gone on to major graduate programs in Creative Writing, had their work published by prestigious journals and presses, and been nominated for major literary prizes.
Students who have completed a first-year course in English may submit their creative writing portfolios to compete for a place in English 3998E, our highly respected creative writing workshop. In this course, a small group of hand-picked students work intensively with one another and their instructor to refine their craft and, in so doing, to find their literary voice. Successful students from this course who are registered in the Honors Specialization module in English may receive permission to fulfill their 4000-level requirements by completing a creative writing Honors Thesis, a short novel, play, or a collection of short stories or poems that they develop with the aid of a supervisor from our full-time faculty. Details can be found here.
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