Date of Award

4-5-2021

Document Type

Honors Thesis

Department

English

First Advisor

Beverly Matiko

Abstract

Creative writers face a wide range of options when they sit down to craft art out of words. Available to them are many genres, each with their own characteristics or traits. Additionally, many writers have accomplished self-reflection in interviews, Q&A sessions, and in print. It is not unusual to find writers taking their craft and turning it into their subject matter. This project aims for the same. In order to analyze the similarities and differences in the writing process across genres, a “writing about writing” essay is included along with four creative nonfiction essays and a young adult fantasy novel draft.

Subject Area

Authorship; Written communication; Creative Nonfiction

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