Creative Writing 2015

Welcome, welcome!

Looking for inspiration? A breath of fresh air? A few minutes’ diversion?

Then stop by and visit some of the student pages. It is our hope, as a creative writing classs, that our work can bring joy, laughter, reflection, or even tears to the readers who come by to browse.

Visit everyone or just your favorites. Make sure to stop by ”The ‘I Like That!’ Page.” It features the best examples of first-draft work from each day’s writing activities, as voted on by the class.

This year we are a small, but hardy crew.

Send your positive responses to the authors – if you like their work, please tell them so!

The 2015 Creative Writing team:

The Coleosseum by Cole

El Blog de Kainoa by Kainoa

CreativityTrump by Prince

Some Strategically Placed Words by Brandy

Forever Faithful by Faith

New Leaf Writings by Tiare

Mauka to Makai by Nu’uanu

Literal Rhapsody by Alyssa

Quinn’s Quirks by Quinn

5 rules for commenting

1. Real first names only; never use a last name.

2. No addresses, phone numbers, or other identifying information.

3. Be respectful, please.

4. Don’t write about other people, just yourself and the author.

5. Keep comments focused on writing.

The Nitty Gritty

Course description: This semester course offers practice in several forms of writing (fiction, poetry, first person narrative, drama) enabling students to discover their own voice and their own material while developing the skills and techniques that will allow their work to engage a reader. Students will read representative literature from each genre as preparation for their own exploration. Students are expected to participate in an end-of-course reading and may contribute original works to a class magazine. They will be encouraged to submit works for real-world publication. Required for a Literary Arts Endorsement.

Course Open Disclosure: Click here.

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