SCSU will offer a two-credit creative writing workshop during spring intersession from 10:30 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. June 1-4.
Creative Writing Director Bill Meissner, winner of the Midwest Book Award for fiction for his novel "Spirits in the Grass," will facilitate the event. The workshop consists of best-selling novelists' and poets' presentations, daily writing exercises, discussion, and writing skills development. This non-graded course requires no prerequisites and is suitable for beginning and advanced level students.
Presenters include Minnesota Voices Award winner, Margaret Hasse; author of non-fiction memoirs "Wasted" and "Madness," Marya Hornbacher; author of "The Grass Dancer," Susan Power; and author of "Welcome To My Planet (Where English is Sometimes Spoken)," Shannon Olson.
St. Cloud State's creative writing program offers a minor and a major emphasis in creative writing, with beginning and advanced courses in fiction, poetry, nonfiction, play/screen writing and editing.