MOOC-Packs


Power of the Pen: Identities and Social Issues in Poetry and Plays

 

This MOOC-Pack focuses on writing about identities, communities, and social issues in poetry and plays. 


Power of the Pen: Identities and Social Issues in Fiction and Nonfiction

 

This MOOC-Pack focuses on writing about identities, communities, and social issues in fiction and nonfiction.


How Writers Write Fiction 2016: Storied Women

 

This MOOC-Pack teaches fiction writing through a progressive study of women writers and female characters. 


Whitman's Civil War: Writing and Imaging Loss, Death, and Disaster

 

This MOOC-Pack offers a multi-genre examination of war and reconciliation - past and present - through the lens of Walt Whitman's Civil War writings, examined by Professors Ed Folsom and Christopher Merrill and collected on the IWP's WhitmanWeb


#Flashwrite Teen Poetry MOOC

 

Designed for teen students but open to writers of all ages, this MOOC-Pack offers a study of basic and essential elements of writing poetry.


How Writers Write Fiction 2015

 

Designed for both beginning and experienced writers, this MOOC-Pack offers a progressive study of the craft of writing fiction.


How Writers Write Poetry 2015

 

Designed for both beginning and experienced writers, this MOOC-Pack offers a progressive study through the craft of writing poetry. 


How Writers Write Fiction 2014

 

This MOOC-Pack presents the IWP's first fiction writing MOOC, designed for beginning and experienced writers.


How Writers Write Poetry 2014

 

This MOOC-Pack presents the IWP's first poetry writing MOOC, designed for beginning and experienced writers.


Every Atom: Walt Whitman's "Song of Myself"

 

This MOOC-Pack provides an in-depth study of Walt Whitman's poem "Song of Myself," examined by Professors Ed Folsom and Christopher Merrill and collected on the IWP's WhitmanWeb.