This essay describes twenty-first century general education reforms that create opportunities for creative writing studies proponents to negotiate a central role for the field in the core curriculum. This essay draws on existent research in creative writing pedagogy to make a case for “Introduction to Creative Writing” as part of the advanced writing requirements appearing now in liberal education plans. The essay also draws from scholarship and anecdotes describing new directions in general education at the author’s own school as well as colleges and universities nationwide to identify trends that can curtail or facilitate CW’s status as mainstream curricular business.
Tassoni, John Paul
"Mainstreaming Creativity: Creative Writing Enters General Education’s Advanced Writing Requirement,"
Journal of Creative Writing Studies: Vol. 5
, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.rit.edu/jcws/vol5/iss1/1