Creative writing, literature, novella, literary criticism
Comparative Literature | Creative Writing | English Language and Literature
"I am a writer." That's how the ficitonal best-selling writer Q opens a speech in Michael Chabon's Wonder Boys, to a hearty round of applause from the gathered crow. For me, alas, it's not quite so easy. I can stand and proclaim to the mirror, "I! Am! A Writer!" and the mirror will proclaim back, "So! What!"
But no one said being a writer would be easy, nor did anyone say that there would be instant critical accolades followed immediately by financial success. Nor, in fact, did anyone really say that being a writer was such a good idea at all.
But I believe something about art. And about artists.
Department 1 Awarding Honors Status
English: Literature and Writing
Krepelka, T. I. (2002). "The Way She Wore Her Hair: a novella" and "Where I Belong: an essay" (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/240