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Prepare for a career in both writing and publishing In this unique program, you'll gain experience in a variety of writing genres and media platforms — and be ready for a career in today's publishing industry.
You'll graduate with a broad skill set that gives you the opportunity to choose a variety of career paths. Focus on your interests This flexible program allows you to focus on your interests and career goals.
In addition to core courses in creative writing, publishing and literary studies, your program electives let you tailor your education in these three disciplines.
You'll have the opportunity to take courses from Sheridan's arts and business degrees and collaborate with students in other programs. Connect with communities Relationships with audiences, writers and the publishing community are integral parts of being an author.
In this program, you're encouraged to develop these relationships through internships, connecting with literary communities, editing and publishing literary journals, writing reviews and more. You'll have the chance to make an impact in your community of practice — and community at large.
Learn from expert faculty With experience in fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama and new media, our faculty have collectively written and edited in nearly every genre.
Their work includes historical novels, creative non-fiction and criticism, sci-fi, comedy, children's lit and beyond. You'll benefit from their expertise — and gain a solid foundation for your writing or publishing career.
Our faculty are successful industry professionals who have, to date: Authored 17 books, with more in progress Authored more than shorter works, published in national and international journals, literary magazines and anthologies Authored 56 journalistic articles and counting Edited books, with more in progress Been shortlisted for 35 writing awards Won four awards for writing and 13 awards for editing Had seven plays produced Be a part of Sheridan's emerging literary culture As a student in this program, you'll be part of Sheridan's emerging literary culture.
Events like Sheridan Reads bring together students, faculty and staff, community groups, libraries and public service organizations to discuss and celebrate the works of local and international writers most recently Lawrence Hill and Thomas King.
Other initiatives such as the Road Show: Creativity Cabaret, using the power of narrative to forge connections between individuals and communities, have also helped bring creative writers to Sheridan — and foster a culture of literary appreciation on campus.We offer over six hundred classes and events a year for writers of all genres and ambitions—from first-time poets or fledgling memoirists to MFA graduates and published novelists.
constantly innovating to help writers navigate the ever-changing writing and publishing landscape. GrubStreet moves to downtown Boston and doubles.
The MA in Publishing and Writing program provides an overview of the publishing industry from writing and editing through design, production, promotion, and distribution. You may also take courses in literature, writing workshops, teaching college composition, or intern at a literary agency, magazine publisher, or book publisher. A special program for healthcare professionals who want to advance their communication skills or get published. This unique 3-day course empowers physicians, psychologists, and other healthcare professionals to expand their visibility and influence in healthcare through traditional and new media. PB - Topics in Writing and Publishing: Writing for the Boston Globe Magazine (4 Credits) Offers students practical experience writing articles and creating other content (such as photos, videos, and online features) for The Boston Globe?s Sunday magazine.
Grub expands its locations, offering courses in affordable rented spaces in Brookline, Boston, Cambridge and Somerville. The rent is affordable for a reason. At a Porter Square space, we must provide our own tables and chairs.
All attendees of Writing, Publishing, and Social Media for Healthcare Professionals will receive both an electronic and a printed syllabus.
Your tuition also includes continental breakfast, morning coffee and afternoon refreshment breaks, and complimentary internet in the meeting room. Formed by graduate students at Harvard University in , the CWW is a creative writing community in Cambridge, Massachusetts, offering workshops, online courses, and writing retreats.
Coup d’Etat A literary jounral run by Boston University undergraduate students, “committed to fostering literary talent that is unusual, unexpected, and. 10 Universities Offering Free Writing 10 Universities Offering Free Writing Courses Online.
University of Massachusetts at Boston. Critical Reading and Writing is designed to help students. PB - Topics in Writing and Publishing: Writing for the Boston Globe Magazine (4 Credits) Offers students practical experience writing articles and creating other content (such as photos, videos, and online features) for The Boston Globe?s Sunday magazine.