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Writers Write is a professional resource for writers established in 1997. Find writing articles, interviews, contests, markets, news, events and much more!
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Fantasy-Writers.org is the perfect site for writers and readers of fantasy fiction, providing a space to post your stories and receive friendly, constructive advice from our large community, including many published authors. Browse our forum section for discussions about writing and fantasy in general, as well as some fun stuff, and check out.
There are no prerequisites for the Certificate Program in Writing, but a bachelor's degree is recommended. Curriculum Requirements The Certificate Program in Writing comprises 8 courses for a minimum of 16 semester units (240 hours of instruction), which includes 3 required courses and 5 restricted electives selected from 2 categories: literature (2 courses) and writing workshops (3 courses).