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Schedule of Classes for the Creative Writing Program - Fall 2022
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Creative Writing
 ENCW 2200Introduction to Creative Nonfiction Writing
20927 001WKS (3 Units)Closed 15 / 15Anna Martin-BeecherTuTh 5:00pm - 6:15pmRidley Hall 123
 ENCW 2300Poetry Writing
12837 001WKS (3 Units)Closed 15 / 15Makshya TolbertMoWeFr 9:00am - 9:50amBryan Hall 310
12838 002WKS (3 Units)Closed 15 / 15Talia IsaacsonMoWeFr 10:00am - 10:50amBryan Hall 310
12839 003WKS (3 Units)Closed 15 / 15Lucas MartinezMoWeFr 11:00am - 11:50amNew Cabell Hall 594
12841 004WKS (3 Units)Closed 15 / 15Kaitlyn AiryMoWeFr 12:00pm - 12:50pmBryan Hall 235
13513 005WKS (3 Units)Open 14 / 15Sebastien ButlerTuTh 5:00pm - 6:15pmNew Cabell Hall 042
18736 006WKS (3 Units)Closed 15 / 15Katherine JamesMoWeFr 1:00pm - 1:50pmBryan Hall 310
18737 007WKS (3 Units)Open 14 / 15Hajjar BabanTuTh 5:00pm - 6:15pmNew Cabell Hall 066
20983 008WKS (3 Units)Closed 15 / 15Hodges AdamsMoWeFr 2:00pm - 2:50pmBryan Hall 332
 ENCW 2560Introduction to Fiction Writing - Themed
 Literary Science Fiction
18733 001WKS (3 Units)Closed 15 / 15James LivingoodMoWeFr 1:00pm - 1:50pmBryan Hall 328
 ENCW 2600Fiction Writing
12845 001WKS (3 Units)Closed 15 / 15Coby-Dillon EnglishMoWeFr 9:00am - 9:50amBryan Hall 235
12846 002WKS (3 Units)Closed 15 / 15Nial BufordMoWeFr 10:00am - 10:50amBryan Hall 312
12848 003WKS (3 Units)Closed 15 / 15Kathryn HolmstromMoWeFr 11:00am - 11:50amThe Rotunda Room 150
12847 004WKS (3 Units)Open 14 / 15Sophia ZaklikowskiMoWeFr 12:00pm - 12:50pmBryan Hall 328
12962 005WKS (3 Units)Closed 15 / 15Katherine CartTuTh 5:00pm - 6:15pmThe Rotunda Room 152
18740 007WKS (3 Units)Closed 15 / 15Laura McGeheeTuTh 5:00pm - 6:15pmBryan Hall 233
 ENCW 3310Intermediate Poetry Writing I
 Intermediate Poetry Writing Workshop
13300 001WKS (3 Units)Permission 12 / 12Debra NystromWe 2:00pm - 4:30pm Dawson's Row 1
 Instructor Permission is required for enrollment in this class. Please apply for instructor permission through SIS. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: writing sample of 4-5 poems with a cover sheet including name, year, email address, major, prior workshop experience, and other workshops to which you are submitting. Submit your application IN A SINGLE DOCUMENT to Prof. Nystrom at dln8u@virginia.edu. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis as soon as registration opens. For full consideration, email your application as soon as possible. The final deadline will be noon, August 5. Classes do sometimes fill before the final submission deadline, but an effort will be made to hold space for transfer and study abroad students. The instructor will let all applicants know by late August.
 ENCW 3350Intermediate Nonfiction Writing
 VOYAGES OF BODY AND MIND
18157 001WKS (3 Units)Permission 14 / 12Jane AlisonWe 2:00pm - 4:30pmBryan Hall 233
 Unless you are in the APLP, please send a message saying who you are and why you're interested in this class, along with a ten-page (max) writing sample, to me at jas2ad@virginia.edu. I'll let people know during the summer.
 ENCW 3610Intermediate Fiction Writing
13029 001WKS (3 Units)Permission 12 / 12Micheline MarcomTh 4:00pm - 6:30pmNew Cabell Hall 056
 Instructor Permission is required for enrollment in this class. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: send a writing sample of 3-5 pages with a cover sheet including name, year, prior workshop experience, other workshops which you are applying to, and why you'd like to take this class. Submit your application IN A SINGLE DOCUMENT to mam5du@virginia.edu by July 31st and apply for admission through SIS. The instructor will let all applicants know by mid August if they have been admitted.
12932 002WKS (3 Units)Permission 12 / 12Anna Martin-BeecherTu 11:00am - 1:30pmDawson's Row 1
 Instructor Permission required. To apply: 1. Request instructor permission in SIS. 2. Email am2aw@virginia.edu with a 3-5 page fiction sample. 3. In the body of your email, detail your reasons for wanting to take the course, your experience of writing workshops and details of any other creative writing classes you're applying to. Places will be granted on a rolling basis. Admitted students will be notified by mid August.
18881 003WKS (3 Units)Permission 13 / 12Anna Martin-BeecherTh 2:00pm - 4:30pmBryan Hall 233
 Instructor Permission required. To apply: 1. Request instructor permission in SIS. 2. Email am2aw@virginia.edu with a 3-5 page fiction sample. 3. In the body of your email, detail your reasons for wanting to take the course, your experience of writing workshops and details of any other creative writing classes you're applying to. Places will be granted on a rolling basis. Admitted students will be notified by mid August.
 ENCW 4550Topics in Literary Prose
 Around the World in 40 Stories
11965 001SEM (3 Units)Permission 13 / 12Rabih AlameddineTu 2:00pm - 4:30pmBryan Hall 233
 ENCW 4810Advanced Fiction Writing I
12755 001WKS (3 Units)Permission 7 / 12Rabih AlameddineWe 2:00pm - 4:30pmNew Cabell Hall 323
 ENCW 4820Poetry Program Poetics
 Cutting Up: Collage, Play, & Resistance
11845 001SEM (3 Units)Permission14 / 14Brian TeareTu 2:00pm - 4:30pmDawson's Row 1
 By permission only. Please contact Professor Teare if you are interested in enrolling in or learning more about this course. bt5ps@virginia.edu
 ENCW 4830Advanced Poetry Writing I
 Advanced Poetry Writing Workshop
12761 001WKS (3 Units)Permission 11 / 12Debra NystromTh 2:00pm - 4:30pm Dawson's Row 1
 Instructor Permission is required for enrollment in this class. Please apply for instructor permission through SIS. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: writing sample of 4-5 poems with a cover sheet including name, year, email address, major, prior workshop experience, and other workshops to which you are submitting. Submit your application IN A SINGLE DOCUMENT to Prof. Nystrom at dln8u@virginia.edu. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis as soon as registration opens. For full consideration, email your application as soon as possible. The final deadline will be noon, August 5. Classes do sometimes fill before the final submission deadline, but an effort will be made to hold space for transfer and study abroad students. The instructor will let all applicants know by late August.
 ENCW 7310MFA Poetry Workshop
 Chapbook Laboratory
12760 001WKS (3 Units)Permission10 / 10Brian TeareMo 2:00pm - 4:30pmBryan Hall 233
 ENCW 7610MFA Fiction Workshop
12756 001WKS (3 Units)Permission10 / 10Jane AlisonMo 2:00pm - 4:30pmDawson's Row 1
 ENCW 8999MFA Non-Topical Research
12757 001IND (1 - 12 Units)Open0 / 25James LivingoodTBA TBA
12758 002IND (1 - 12 Units)Open5 / 30Jane AlisonTBA TBA
12759 003IND (1 - 12 Units)Open6 / 30Lisa SpaarTBA TBA
11839 4IND (1 - 12 Units)Open2 / 30Debra NystromTBA TBA
12731 5IND (1 - 12 Units)Closed6 / 5Micheline MarcomTBA TBA
13147 6IND (1 - 12 Units)Closed5 / 5Brian TeareTBA TBA
20138 7IND (1 - 12 Units)Open2 / 5Rabih AlameddineTBA TBA
English-Literature
 ENGL 5559New Course in English Literature
 Violence and Possession, Medieval to Renaissance
18286 001SEM (3 Units)Open 11 / 15James KinneyTuTh 12:30pm - 1:45pmBryan Hall 233
 Violence and Possession, Medieval to Renaissance -- Have We Moved On?
 Lyric and Lyric Theory
18287 002SEM (3 Units)Permission 15 / 15Elizabeth FowlerTuTh 2:00pm - 3:15pmBrooks Hall 103
 Lyric mostly medieval and early modern; theory to the present.
 ENGL 8596Form and Theory of Poetry
 The Contemporary American Lyric Sequence
 The Contemporary American Lyric Sequence
18144 001SEM (3 Units)Permission15 / 14Lisa SpaarWe 2:00pm - 4:30pmPavilion VIII 108
 Please contact LRS9E@virginia.edu with questions about the course.
 ENGL 8598Form and Theory of Fiction
 Kafka and His Precursors
18145 001SEM (3 Units)Permission14 / 14Micheline MarcomWe 6:30pm - 9:00pmDawson's Row 1
 In 1951 Borges published a short essay entitled “Kafka and His Precursors” where he writes: “The word ‘precursor’ is indispensable to the vocabulary of criticism, but one must try to purify it from any connotation of polemic or rivalry. The fact is that each writer creates his precursors. His work modifies our conception of the past, as it will modify the future.” In this studio-seminar we will read many of Kafka’s works as well as several by his ‘precursors’ including parts of The Kabbalah, Marcus Aurelius, Thomas Mann, Bruno Schulz, Clarice Lispector, Borges, Roberto Calasso and others. We will also be considering visual art, including Bosch, Kandinsky, the Surrealists, and others.