Horror Novel II

WRITING X 417.2E

Continue with your horror novel in progress, considering structure, suspense, and character.

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Online
Starting at $695.00
As few as 10 weeks
3.0

About this course:

This workshop-based course supports students who have completed Horror Novel I. Students work toward achieving three goals: completing their first fifty pages of their novels in progress, discovering (or refining) the structure of the narrative arc of their work, and understanding the psychology of creating large written works within the horror genre. Along the way, students also explore questions of building suspense, developing character, and what happens next (such as film, sequels, fans, agents etc.) in a small supportive group. The goal of this workshop is to complete fifty pages of your horror novel.
Prerequisites
WRITING X 417.1E Horror Novel I or comparable workshop experience.

Winter 2022 Schedule

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Instructor: Don Webb
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$695.00
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ENROLL BY: Jan 12, 2022
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Notes

Enrollment limited to 15 students. Internet access required. 

This online course is conducted through Canvas, a secure website that allows students to log in to access lectures, discussions, and other course materials on demand. There are no required class meetings. Each course is structured with weekly assignments and deadlines. Lectures and coursework are accessible throughout the week. Workshops are conducted in writing via discussion boards with your instructor and classmates.

Refund Deadline
No refunds after January 26, 2022
Course Requirements
Internet access required to retrieve course materials.

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