AP/WRIT4004 6.0 A: Book Publishing Practicum
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This Practicum allows students in their 4th year to participate in the publication of a book of short fiction. Manuscripts are chosen from submissions to a contest, edited, produced in both electronic and print editions, and marketed, all under the supervision of Professional Writing faculty. Students must grapple with issues from how to judge the publishability of a manuscript to how best to edit, produce, and market an appropriate text. Assessment is through written assignments associated with the publishing tasks the students perform. Prerequisites: AP/WRIT 3004 3.00. Course credit exclusion: AP/WRIT 4721 6.00 PRIOR TO FALL 2016: Prerequisites: AP/WRIT 3720 6.0, AP/PRWR 3720 3.00, AP/EN 3720 6.00, AP/EN 3730 3.00. Corequisite: AP/EN 4720 6.00. Course credit exclusion: AP/EN 4721 6.00 PRIOR TO FALL 2009: Prerequisites: AS/PRWR 3720 3.00, AS/EN 3600 6.00, AS/EN 3602 3.00. Corequisite: AS/EN 4280 6.00. Course credit exclusion: AS/EN 4600 6.00.
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