CSSSA CREATIVE WRITING
Congrats on getting in! I know it’s really up to me in the end, but I’d like as much information as possible before I make my decision. It is a very competitive process, so it’s important that the application is well done and shows the student’s best work. Excerpts from longer works are acceptable. My son had about 36 hours of classes a week, using 5 different media. For example, John Smith would save his work as follows: At the same time, I want to be a director I know, really ambitious for a movie, whether mainstream or alternative.
In terms of how it’s affected career choices- I’m still in high school so I haven’t chosen a career exactly. If not, then creative writing. The students are emersed in their majors six days a week. If you’re looking for inner self-discovery and lots of friends and connections, go for creative writing. There is no right answer.
Andrea Nov Re: The thing is, I want to get a job in the movie industry and be one of those people “behind the scenes. This poem may or may not rhyme.
Err first, I suppose I’d like to say hi, and to the people who are going cssa year, hope to see you there! It had a bunch of documents and a student handbook in it. Alex is the author of a memoire, The Deputy of Nineveh, tracing creaive year-long deployment in Iraq through the bloodiest period of the war.
There has to be some kind of partnership, and it is preferred that you collaborate with somebody from a different discipline, but you can partner up with another writer as well.
They can’t help it though So basically, you sign up for field trips on the first day, usually immediately after checking in and getting your name tag. Alex earned a B.
Of course theres breakfast,lunch and dinner breaks. My son did visual art and loved it; friends have done music and loved it as well.
Hilary Darling Hilary is a poet and scholar of English literature with an emphasis on Shakespeare, the Victorians, and the multi-cultural tradition of fairy tales. Please feel free to contact me directly about more specifics, the difference between different programs, etc. It’s a great pre-college learning experience.
Write a two-person scene in play format in which one character tries to get something from another character: I took dramatic writing and while we spent most of the time on dramatic structure which applies to play scripts or screenplays we did also learn some stuff specific to how screenplays work.
Everyone in the program for had problems with her taste and teaching methods. I wrote crdative not ‘when’ and ‘has’ instead of ‘have’, switching from past to present tense!
accepted (!) CSSSA submission 🙂 – my csssa experience
Log in No account? Do I have a history of thriving under a great deal of pressure? So long as you remain interested and have something to read within the general guidelines, you’re good to go. I want to learn a lot, yes, but at the same time, I want to make friends and enjoy the atmosphere and not be stressed out since it’s my summer break.
P Sent in the application then looked back at an assignment and “Oh crap! If you’re looking for artistic clarity, don’t expect the creative writing department to hand it to fsssa. At the same time, I want to be a director I know, really ambitious for a movie, whether mainstream or alternative. CSSSA is a state run program, so it receives money from the state, donations from corporations as well as a tuition fee charged to the students. And most of all, am I okay with the possibility that I may not feel connected to the crearive I’ve maintained from home up until now?
These workshops provide students with an opportunity to go deep in a particular genre or approach creativw writing: What’s the final collaborative project supposed to be? This community is for anyone who has experienced, or is soon to experience, the California State Summer School for the Arts.
For example, John Smith would save his work as follows:.
At the time, he said it felt like art school but what did he know about that? Am I better off soaking up and utilizing my personal connections and putting the resulted energy into my work? Living in the dorms also helped her more independent self emerge, and helped gear her toward college, as she could now really see herself as a college student.
Looking at your work objectively, ask yourself the following questions: