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The English program is excited to announce a new track in creative writing beginning Fall 2014.  Develop your craft in small poetry or fiction workshops and tutorials.

Both the new creative writing track and the literature-based English major provide intellectual challenge and develop marketable analytical and communication skills. Students work closely with faculty in small classes, reading and discussing literature together.

Your experience with the English major doesn't stop in the classroom.  Participate in the Visiting Writers Series, working with Pulitzer-prize winning authors. Submit your creative work for publication in the campus literary magazine, Cantos.  Write for the Lenoir-Rhyne News online or in print, or contribute to the HACAWA, the yearbook.

With a Lenoir-Rhyne English major, you'll explore vibrant, thought-provoking literature and learn the critical and analytical skills that will prepare you for a career of your choice.

 

 

 

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Master of Arts in Writing
This new degree is offered exclusively at the Center for Graduate Studies of Asheville. More »

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