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Director, Professor Peter Harris
Advisory Committee: Professors Harris, Susan Kenney, and Ira Sadoff; Associate Professors James Boylan and Debra Spark; Visiting Professor Wesley McNair (all of the English Department faculty)
A minor in creative writing may be elected by students majoring in any department of the College. The minor is designed to enhance existing major programs, to add structure and a sense of purpose to those students already committed to creative writing, and to encourage the consideration of serious writing graduate programs.
Requirements for the Minor in Creative Writing
First priority for admission to English 278 and English 279, the introductory courses in fiction and poetry writing, is given to sophomores. Due to enrollment pressures, students who do not register for English 278 as sophomores may run the risk of being unable to elect the minor.
Admission to intermediate and advanced writing courses is by manuscript submission only.
No requirement for the minor may be taken satisfactory/unsatisfactory.
A creative writing concentration
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Colby is a four-year, residential, liberal arts college in Waterville, Maine. Colby offers undergraduate courses during fall and spring semesters and grants bachelors of arts degrees.