Students are also encouraged to participate in the range of extracurricular opportunities available including working on the undergraduate art and literary magazine “The Peacock’s Feet” and participating in the annual spring “24-Hour Plays” project.
Not only will students in this program work with esteemed faculty, but they also have the opportunity to work with the talented students in the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (MFA) program.
Students will round out their time in the Creative Writing Concentration by choosing a Senior Capstone project.
Each year, the program brings upperclassmen (Seniors) to the AWP (Association of Writers & Writing Programs) Conference.
The program focuses on the new undergraduate literary publishing scene; our Peacock’s Feet journal is entered each year into the best of anthology competition.
We offer courses in: Whether they share their passion with others or nourish a secret talent, many students write poems, stories, plays, and scripts.
The Creative Writing Program offers a stimulating and supportive environment for students to pursue their passion for imaginative writing. Detailed information about the creative writing program can be found in the Le Moyne College catalog.
Each year, the program selects two undergraduates for creative writing program internships, which help to build leadership skills and increase knowledge of social media platform building; and these interns gain community outreach experience. A., Creative Writing Concentration Keep up with undergraduate Creative Writing programming and events by following us on Facebook: https:// Writing Undergrads/.
According to a recent poll, 1,500 CEOs think the number one “leadership competency” is creativity.
The contest is judged by writers who specialize in the award genres.
In 2019 prizes were presented to these honorees: Creative Non-fiction Award: Irina Swing for "Hemingway and Me" Play or Film/TV Script Award: Paxton Potter for "The Boy Upstairs" Poetry Award: Meghan Lees for "Venice" Short Fiction Award: Andrew Wrede for "City Like My Own" Critical Essay Award: Natasha Beauchesne "The Supernatural in Julius Caesar" Any Genre Award #1: Alyssa Goudy for "I Am Divulging into Self Wonder" Any Genre Award #2: Alexandra Hines for "Things Go Away"Creative Writing Program students have been accepted into MFA and other graduate programs at top universities around the country.