What Will You Learn?
- The two major umbrellas of Creative Writing are Creative Nonfiction and Creative Fiction.
- 1. Creative Nonfiction
- “Nonfiction” means writing based on actual events, persons, and experiences. Some forms of creative nonfiction include:
- Personal Essay – here, the writer shares their personal thoughts, beliefs, or experiences.
- Memoir – captures the writer’s memories and experiences of a life-changing past event.
- Narrative Nonfiction – a factual event written in a story format.
- 2. Creative Fiction
- The bulk of Creative Writing literature is found under the Creative Fiction category, such as:
- Short Story – shorter than a novel, containing only a few scenes and characters.
- Novel – a full-blown plot line with multiple scenes, characters, and subplots.
- Poem – uses specific rhythm and style to express ideas or feelings
- Screenplay – script to be used for film production (e.g. movies, video games.)
A. About Creative Writing
B. Why Is It Important to Learn Creative Writing?
Module 1: Creative Writing 101
Creativity and Enhancement
Module 2: Creating Fictional Characters
Creating Fictional Characters
Engaging yourself into character’s life
Self – Evaluation Using Metrics
Module 3: Setting and Atmosphere
Introduction of Settings
Types of Settings and their Usages
Setting Writing Techniques
Adopting a Feeling of a Certain Setting
Module 4: How do we start from ZERO?
Writing your Outline
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