Director of Undergraduate Studies: Prof. Stacey D'Erasmo, 617 Kent Hall; 854-3774; firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive Committee on Undergraduate Creative Writing
Prof. Timothy Donnelly, School of the Arts, Writing Division; 415 Dodge; 212-854-4391; email@example.com
Prof. Sam Lipsyte (chair), Writing Division, School of the Arts, 415 Dodge; 212-854-4391; firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Alan Ziegler, Writing Division, School of the Arts, 415 Dodge; 854-4391; email@example.com
Adjunct Professors (continued)
Graduate Faculty Fellows
The Creative Writing Program in The School of the Arts combines intensive writing workshops with seminars that study literature from a writer's perspective. While students develop and hone their literary technique in workshops, the creative writing seminars (which explore literary technique as well as history) broaden their sense of possibility by exposing them to the various ways, historically, that language has been used to make art. As a supplement to the workshops and seminars, related courses for the major can be drawn from departments such as English, comparative literature and society, philosophy, history, and anthropology, among others. Students determine, in consultation with their faculty advisers, the related courses that best inform their creative work.
The major in creative writing is by application only. Please see the Creative Writing Program website for details.