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Why study writing at UCalgary?
The Creative Writing program is one of the triumphs of our university. Aided by the Calgary Distinguished Writers Program, it has attracted national and international acclaim, and is one of the busiest and most productive areas of our department. As well, faculty and students actively contribute to the Calgary and Canadian arts communities.
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Our Creative Writing teachers are accomplished writers. They teach a broad range of writing genres, styles and aesthetics. They have published many volumes of poetry, fiction, drama, and translation. Faculty also publish critical articles, books, edited books, conference papers and book reviews. There are many readings and performances to showcase the program every year.
Our courses of instruction include: teaching, research, creativity, publication, editorial work, and journalism.
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You do not need to be an English major or minor to take creative writing courses. Both full-time students and working adults take Creative Writing courses. ENGL 265 is open to all students and ENGL 336 is open to all senior students.
To gain permission to enroll in any 400- and 500-level Creative Writing courses, you must submit a writing portfolio, the equivalent of an audition. Because of high demand for most of these courses (they average between 60 and 100 applications for 20 places), we require a portfolio, on average 5 to 10 pages of writing, typed and double-spaced.
The material you submit in your portfolio should match the genre of the course you are applying to. Note: the highly competitive nature of admission to Creative Writing courses means that not all students get in . If you are not accepted when you first apply, we encourage you to try again another year, and to make an appointment with the Canadian Writer-in-Residence, who is available to provide feedback on your work.
Because you cannot register in portfolio admission courses until you receive permission from the department, you should register in a second-choice course if you are an undergraduate student.
In addition to reading carefully the specific details concerning portfolio submissions for individual courses, you should keep in mind the following general advice:
- Try to demonstrate as wide a range of your writing abilities as possible. For instance, in fiction a range of narrative possibilities (even if they are fragments) will demonstrate your abilities (a good descriptive scene, a good action scene, a good scene that employs dialogue) better than one or two “complete” short stories that might fail. With poetry, instead of submitting a portfolio of 20 rhymed-stanza “hurtin’” poems about a love relationship you had that turned sour, include poems on other subjects and in other formats. Variety in the form and content of your submission alerts the instructor to the breadth and depth of your engagement with writing to date.
- Your acceptance into the class (or not) is not necessarily an absolute judgment of your writing ability at this point. We receive many more portfolios than there are places in Creative Writing classes, and if you do not get into one class, you may get into another in another year, or you may gain admission to a class in another genre. If you are not accepted, please don’t be discouraged. Just keep writing (sign up for a Continuing Education Creative Writing class, if you can) and try again.
- The questions asked on portfolio submission forms regarding your background (previous writing courses taken, which recent literary titles you have read, etc.) have no right or wrong answers. They are intended to give the instructor a sense of what level of previous writing or reading experience the members of the class possess. This is useful information for the instructor in fine-tuning their course curriculum.
- While our Creative Writing courses encourage diverse approaches to writing, these courses are instruction in literary writing. They are not courses in how to get published . They are about how to become a better writer, with respect to language, image, structure, form and all the other elements of poetry and fiction. These courses focus on the craft of writing well in a literary context.
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All Creative Writing courses encourage diverse approaches to writing. However, they are not courses in how to get published. They are intended to help you become a better writer. You will study language, structure, form and all the elements of poetry, fiction and creative writing in general.
Creative writing courses are open to all
You don't have to be an English major to take Creative Writing courses; they are open to any student or member of the community who wants to apply.
All Creative Writing courses are credit English courses.
Enhance your degree with a creative writing honours project
You may choose to undertake a creative writing project in the English Honours program.
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Earn an Embedded Certificate in Creative Writing
If you complete 18 units from the Field of Creative Writing, you are eligible to earn an Embedded Certificate.
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2023/2024 Creative Writing Courses
Descriptions and applications for portfolio-based creative writing courses
Fall 2023 | ENGL 436.01 Poetry: Short Forms
Instructor: Anna Veprinska
To be considered for a place in this course, students must email an application form to [email protected] by July 1, 2023.
IMPORTANT: Please put "English 436.01 Application Portfolio" in the subject line of the email.
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Fall 2023 | ENGL 595.03 Non-Fiction: Narrative Investigations
Instructor: Aritha Van Herk
To be considered for a place in this course, students must email an application form to [email protected] by July 1, 2023.
IMPORTANT: Please put "English 595.03 Application Portfolio" in the subject line of the email.
Winter 2024 | ENGL 436.03 Fiction: Short Stories and Microfictions
Instructor: Uchechukwu Umezurike
To be considered for a place in this course, students must email an application form to [email protected] by November 1, 2023.
IMPORTANT: Please put "English 436.03 Application Portfolio" in the subject line of the email.
Creative Writing faculty
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L. Rain Prud'homme-Cranford
Aritha Van Herk
The Calgary Distinguished Writers Program strives to advance the careers of Canadian writers. As a part of the Calgary writing community, it engages the community with the Faculty of Arts and the Department of English.
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Creative Writing Certificate
Are you motivated to put pen to paper? Do you have an idea or have you started a creative writing draft? If so, this focused, engaging and supportive program may be perfect for you. The program covers many aspects of the creative writer's world from writing development, copy editing, genre writing, time management, publishing, and promotion. The evaluative and interactive format will ensure you receive ample instructor feedback and supportive peer review throughout the program. In the final project course, a portion of your creative work will be evaluated by a published author who will mentor and encourage you in your writing journey.
This online, flexible and interactive program will allow you to learn the theory behind your writing and allow time to receive instructor and peer feedback about what you've written. All courses are taught by published authors, many who have received national and international awards.
To get started in the program you are required to provide a short writing sample. You will receive valuable expert feedback specific to character, setting, dialogue, point of view, and writing mechanics. The writing sample is your opportunity to share what you like to write about and how you write it. See details below under How to apply .
This is one of three writing certificate programs offered online through Continuing Education. The other programs are:
- Professional Writing Certificate specializing in Business and Technical Writing
- Professional Writing Certificate specializing in Marketing and Public Relations
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This program is perfect if you...
- Write – or aspire to write – fiction, creative non-fiction or poetry
- Want to transition from or add to corporate or journalistic writing and explore creative writing
- Would like to learn from published authors
- Enjoy online learning in a supportive and interactive environment
What will I get?
Students who complete this program will receive a Professional Certificate .
Course delivery online.
Courses in this program are delivered online . Some courses may be occasionally offered in the classroom at the main campus. Courses are scheduled at convenient times, allowing you to complete the program at a pace that fits your life.
You should plan on studying and working approximately 6 hours per week per course .
Online learning fits into busy schedules by taking the learning experience out of the traditional classroom. Students have online access to instructors, fellow learners, and learning materials.
Before taking your first online course, we recommended taking our free course: Digital Skills for Learning Online
Timeline and planning 200 Hours
All Continuing Education programs are developed with part-time learners in mind. The Creative Writing Certificate is a 200-hour program .
The length of time it takes to complete this program varies by student. If you take one course per term (four courses a year), you will likely complete the program in 12 to 18 months . You will complete the program faster if you take multiple courses per term.
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The approximate cost to complete the Creative Writing Certificate is $4,519 .
This includes the $130 admission fee.
How to apply
You do not require a degree or diploma to apply for admission to this program. You can take individual courses to start, and apply later.
The admission fee is $130 .
To apply, you must meet the following requirements:
- 18 years of age or older
- Grade 12 diploma (recommended)
- Relevant work experience (recommended)
- If English is not your first language, you must meet the English language proficiency requirements
Programs change from time to time, so we recommend that you apply for admission as early as possible. Once admitted, your requirements to complete the program will not change – even if the program changes. You can be confident that completed and eligible courses will apply to your program.
Writing Assessment and Certificate Admission
When you apply to the Creative Writing Certificate , you are required to submit a creative writing sample. The sample should be a total of 2 – 4 pages, double-spaced. If you wish to submit a poetry sample, an additional sample of prose is requested.
* guidelines for the writing sample here *
Please complete the certificate admission application and upload your creative writing sample using the link below. The non-refundable admission fee is $130.
Credit for prior learning
Prior learning from other post-secondary institutions.
Advanced standing may be granted for equivalent, graded courses completed at other post-secondary institutions. Credit may be granted up to a maximum of 60 hours towards this program.
Transferring credit from other Continuing Education programs
If you have completed requirements for another University of Calgary Continuing Education program, you may be able to transfer some credits to this program. For details, please review the "Credit towards other programs" information in the programs you have completed. To transfer credits, please contact a student advisor .
Maximum advanced standing and transferred credit
The combined total of advanced standing and transferred credits cannot exceed 100 hours for this program.
Credit towards other programs
On completion of this program, you may wish to pursue studies in another.
Upon completing Program Title , up to 100 hours of equivalent courses may be transferred towards the Professional Writing Certificate specializing in Business and Technical Writing and the Professional Writing Certificate specializing in Marketing and Public Relations . The number of hours will vary based on certificate requirements and courses.
If you wish to pursue another program:
- Complete the Application for Admission for your next program
- Contact us to request transfer of the equivalent course credits
The transfer of course credits will not happen without your request.
Each year, scholarships and awards are given to deserving students not only for their academic achievement, but also for community involvement. Award sponsors include both corporate and private donors.
To apply, you must meet eligibility criteria and submission deadlines. Students in this program may be eligible for the following awards:
- Continuing Education Endowment Award
- Continuing Education Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Entrance Awards
- Continuing Education Indigenous Entrance Awards
- Culbert Family Award for Philanthropy
How to graduate.
It is the student's responsibility to ensure all requirements for graduation are fulfilled.
See Graduation for details.
This program does not qualify students to apply for an international study permit.
International students who wish to live and work in Canada should consider our International Professional Programs .
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Creative writing is creating characters, plots, themes and settings in fictional works from novels to poetry. Scriptwriting (also known as screenwriting) is creating your story in the screenplay format, including actions, dialogue and settings.
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- Learn how to handle creative writing challenges.
- Understand the concepts of literary fiction and storymaking.
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Creative Writing Training Course Outline
Module 1: Introduction to Creative Writing
- What is Creative Writing?
- Main Elements of Creative Writing
- Types of Creative Writing
- Techniques Used in Creative Writing
Module 2: Challenges for Translation
- Challenges to Writers
- Challenges for Translation
- Experiment Challenges
- Design and Quality Challenges
Module 3: Composition and Creative Writing
- Introduction to Composition Writing
- Types of Composition Writing
Module 4: Seven Processes of Creative Writing
- Planning or Prewriting
- Drafting (or Writing the First Draft)
- Sharing Your First Draft
- Evaluating Your Draft
- Revising Your Content
- Publishing Your Final Product
Module 5: Writing Fiction
- Literary Fiction
- Form and Structure
- Finding Characters
- Basics of Story Making
Module 6: Creative Nonfiction
- Meaning of Creative Nonfiction
- Characteristics of Creative Nonfiction
- Tips for Creative Nonfiction Writing
- Common Literary Nonfiction Subgenres
Module 7: Basics of Writing Poetry
- Listening to Language
- Finding Language
- Awakening and Shaping Language
- Playing with Language
Module 8: Performing Writing
- Introduction to Performing Writing
Module 9: Writing in the Academy and Community
Module 10: Tips to Improve Creative Writing
- Do Not Underestimate the Reader
- Give Your Characters Life
- Utilise Strong Words
- Check Your Commas
- Grab Attention from the Start
- Give the Reader a Satisfactory Ending
Who should attend this Creative Writing Training Course?
The Creative Writing Training Course is designed for individuals eager to refine their creative writing skills. This Course is ideal for aspiring writers, professionals in content creation, and anyone seeking to enhance their storytelling abilities. The following individuals can greatly benefit from attending this Course:
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Prerequisites of the Creative Writing Training Course
There are no formal prerequisites for this Creative Writing Course.
Creative Writing Training Course Overview
Creative writing is the process of appealingly presenting thoughts, feelings or emotions, as opposed to facts. The main purpose of creative writing is to express something, whether it be feelings, emotions, or thoughts.
This Creative Writing Training course is designed to make delegates aware of different writing skills and unlock their creativity and imagination. Delegates will learn how to structure and write literary fiction as well as ‘awaken’ and shape language for poetry.
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