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  • The Influence Of Creative Writing And Creative Writing

    legendary for their creative writing and literary works. The University of Iowa has contributed to this legacy and made it world renowned; their unrivaled approach to language, writing and literature has solidified it 's spot at the top among schools. Iowa City has always placed an emphasis on creative writing and literature. In fact, has gone so far as to say that, "For 80 years, Iowa City has been teaching the world to write." It is true, Iowa is no stranger to the world when it comes to literature and writing. Many published authors have come from or at least resided in Iowa City because of the notorious approach they have on writing and literature. That same article poses a question: how is it even possible for a small city to have such an impact on creative writing? "The answer is that Iowa City, for its size, may be the most literary on earth. It has a unique set of influential literary institutions, which explore new ways to…

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  • Imagery In Creative Writing

    In all other forms of writing, the use of imagery is not the main component. Although it is always nice to have, it is by no means a requirement or an expectation. Creative writing, however, demands vivid imagery to keep readers engaged and guessing. A creative writer should never explain that someone is bleeding, but rather they should describe the look of the blood glittering in the moonlight flowing from an open gash. As E.L. Doctrow once said, “Good writing is supposed to evoke sensations in…

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  • Creative Writing Class Analysis

    My Writings Through the First Semester of Creative Writing Walking into Mr. Trice’s classroom on the first day of school for Creative Writing class, I didn’t really know what to expect. I knew we would be writing a lot, but I didn’t know what exactly I would be learning about writing. So walking in on the first day was as if I had a new and fun adventure for an elective each day of school. We started off the year with learning the basics of writing. the little things that help every writer…

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  • My Creative Writing Experience

    was rather rare to see me in the fiction section of a library. Even when I was very little, I was more interested in watching a documentary than your standard kid’s show. So, in the tenth grade, when I had to take a creative writing class, I was not very excited about it. However, it was there that I would learn a number of writing skills that would help me in my future writing experiences. I learned a great lesson from that class in that even classes that you might not enjoy can help you later…

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  • Creative Writing Examples

    The topic of my essay is Creative Writing and I am planning in putting my experience and others as examples to grab my readers’ attention. Have you ever though writing your feelings into a piece of paper could help you calm your emotions? Or how it can help others understand what you are going though? Well, I believe that it does helps you feel relax and calm after writing your feelings down in a piece of paper because writing has help me when I suffered depression. It helps me control myself…

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  • Creative Writing: Reflective Writing

    also shown how my writing improves through each draft. In the process essay, I accurately describe and analyze my writing process, and discuss how it can be improved, by making it more flexible to fit different styles of writing, especially creative writing. In…

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  • Creative Writing: Bored Panda

    Hi, I'm Chris and I've been a long time reader of Bored Panda and I thought I'd share some of my illustrations. Just like most creatives, I've been drawing since I was young, they weren't great but I was proud of them...okay that is not 100% the truth, I am embarassed by some of the drawings that I drew and gave to my friends back in high school (here's hoping that they threw them away ha!) but luckily I've improved, hopefully. I'm also mostly self taught, I did have a 1 semester stint at my…

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  • Creative Writing Portfolio: The Ghost Rider

    Justification Essay The essay that I have chosen to feature in my creative writing portfolio, is entitled The Ghost Rider. The Ghost Rider will always have a special place in my heart, because of the people that I have met, and the turmoil that I have survived. In 2011 I experienced the largest fears that I could have ever dreamed of. I lost my place to live in Tulsa Oklahoma. I became one of those statistics that you hear so often in the National News. During this time of my life, I was…

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  • Why I Chose Creative Writing

    After finishing my AA in Communications, I will be attending the University of Iowa to pursue a Bachelors in English, with a focus on Creative Writing. I acknowledge that choosing creative writing as a career path is risky, not everyone can write the great American novel. However, choosing English is a risk I am willing to take. I have an entire world of ideas and useable plot locked inside my head and scribbled across countless pieces of scrap paper and old notebooks. I have many great and…

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  • Creative Writing Major Analysis

    Creative Writing Majors write critical analyses of books, which is also something that we do in DC American Literature. These analyses could be about the novel’s theme, symbolism or figurative language the novel uses or an analysis of one of the main characters and their motives. Creative Writing Majors also continue to work their novels, short stories, and poems that could possibly be as famous as the literature we’ll read in this class one day. They also analyze and critique the work of…

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