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Stephanie Pritchard

Adjunct Instructor


Contact
312 Marano Campus Center
315.312.2620
stephanie.pritchard@oswego.edu

Stephanie's undergraduatate degree is from SUNY Oswego, she graduated in 2008 with a double major in Creative Writing and Anthropology. She attended the Vermont College of Fine Arts with a concentration in poetry and received her MFA degree in June 2011. She started teaching at SUNY Oswego in August 2011. Stephanie is the Writing Fellow for the School of Communication, Media, and the Arts as well as Co-Director for The Center for Creativity and Digital Media (The Creativity Lab).

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Fall 2016 Courses

CRW 205/830MWF9:10-10:05313 Park Hall
CRW 305/810MWF11:30-12:25210 Marano CC

CRW 205/830-Mark Strand wrote, "There is no happiness like mine. I have been eating poetry." In creative writing, reading a lot and writing a lot are essential in order to produce good work. In this introductory writing course, we will do just that. We will analyze mostly contemporary poets who use a variety of different writing styles in their poems as well as writing our own poems, practicing techniques on paper and in a workshop setting.

CRW 305/810-In this intermediate level poetry workshop, students will write, revise, and critique a number of poems throughout the semester. Reading assignments will focus on several single-author poetry collections, and some analytical writing is also required. We will also experiment with digital form. A final portfolio, including new and revised poetry, will be submitted at the end of the semester. CRW 205 is a prerequisite for this course.