Laura Halferty

Adjunct Instructor


Contact

312 Marano Campus Center
315.312.2620
laura.halferty@oswego.edu

Office hours

FALL 2019

Email laura.halferty@oswego.edu to set up an appointment

Laura Halferty

Classes taught

SPRING 2020 COURSES

CRW 206/800 TR 12:45-2:05 232 Marano CC
CRW 208/810 TR 11:10-12:30 232 Marano CC

CRW 206 FICTION WRITING: INTRODUCTORY - This introductory course is divided into three units:  1) Reading, analyzing, and discussing published short fiction; 2) completing creative exercises and other assignments that will help you shape your own story; and 3) drafting, workshopping, conferencing, and editing.  Graded assignments include:  a test, short writing assignments and peer critiques on Blackboard; one original short story; and class participation. This is a discussion-based course, so your consistent attendance and active participation will be crucial to making it a success.

CRW 208 CREATIVE NONFICTION WRITING: INTRODUCTION - This introductory course is divided into three units:  1) Reading, analyzing, and discussing published creative nonfiction pieces; 2) completing creative exercises and other assignments that will help you shape your own piece; and 3) drafting, workshopping, conferencing, and editing.  Graded assignments include:  a test, short writing assignments and peer critiques on Blackboard; one original piece; and class participation. This is a discussion-based course, so your consistent attendance and active participation will be crucial to making it a success.

FALL 2019 COURSES

CRW 206/830 TR 9:35-10:55 242 Marano CC
CRW 206/840 TR 11:10-12:30 242 Marano CC

CRW 206 FICTION WRITING: INTRODUCTORY-This introductory course is divided into three units:  1) Reading, analyzing, and discussing classic short fiction; 2) completing creative exercises and other assignments that will help you shape your own story; and 3) drafting, workshopping, conferencing, and editing.  Graded assignments include a test, in-class reading responses, a presentation, written critiques, and one original short story.  This is a discussion-based course, so your consistent attendance and active class participation will be crucial to making it a success.