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Creative writing class at BPC focuses on first-time novelists
MOUNT VERNON— Have you ever thought about writing a novel, but just don’t know where to start? Have you written two or three chapters and find yourself stuck? Then a new evening class at Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon might be for you.
The course “Writing a Novel” (CRW 350), a special topic in the creative writing major, is geared to novice authors who want to hone their writing skills and learn how to create a solid, novel-length story. The only requirement for this class is students come prepared to write and re-write and re-write, says Dr. Thom Brucie, course instructor and assistant professor of English and creative writing at BPC.
The class is held every Thursday night from 6 to 8:30 p.m. during the 2007 semester on the Mount Vernon campus. For more information, contact Dr. Brucie at 912-583-3104 or contact the Division of Arts & Letters at 912-583-3106. Classes begin Thursday, Jan. 11 on the Mount Vernon campus.