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Writers Forum Program: Kevin Clark, The College At Brockport Oct 2002

Writers Forum Program: Kevin Clark, The College At Brockport

Writer Forum Ephemera

Kevin Clark visited the Writers Forum in the fall of 2002, and read selections of his poetry, including The Assignment. This is the program from that visit.


Writers Forum Program: Karen Alkalay-Gut, The College At Brockport Oct 2002

Writers Forum Program: Karen Alkalay-Gut, The College At Brockport

Writer Forum Ephemera

Karen Alkalay-Gut visited the Brockport Writers Forum in the fall of 2002. One of the poems she read, Belly Dancing - is reproduced in this program.


Fisticuffs, Don Burns Apr 2002

Fisticuffs, Don Burns

English Master’s Theses

This thesis project examines the essay in both fiction and non-fiction. The introductory chapter considers the literary structure as a vehicle to reveal actual events, creating a dialogue, a trust between the essayist and the reader. The nonfiction essayist, then, is charged to write about the actual events not those that have been invented even as the fictional essayist is released to conjure and create a new world, an imagined space. Both fiction and nonfiction writers use dialogue and action to describe characters and events. The nonfiction writer must search for the tone that was present at the time of ...


The Marriage Of Composition And Creative Writing, Janice A. Mckay Apr 2002

The Marriage Of Composition And Creative Writing, Janice A. Mckay

English Master’s Theses

In this thesis, modeled after the Composition Studies Published Course Design Example, the author redefines creative writing in order to design a curriculum that will help students become more interested in and more engaged with their writing, and will, in turn, get students to resist writing less, to write more, and eventually, to write better. Like the Course Design Example, this curriculum includes a statement of locale that specifically ties the course to the State University of New York College at Brockport; a critical statement that provides a theoretical foundation for the course; a syllabus that provides detailed information on ...