Students already familiar with writing creative nonfiction generate and revise new work and develop long-term goals they can begin to approach with the help of this course. Students bring nonfiction to the workshop for feedback to help on the revision process, discuss structure and technique in published nonfiction, often in the form of written annotations, and complete writing exercises related to the discussion of the craft. Students meet individually with the course instructor to review the progress of their work. Students may complete a portfolio presenting the evolution and accomplishment of their work over the semester, and this project may suggest directions for their Senior Portfolio. May be repeated for credit as WRI 3170.Prerequisite: WRI 2130 Creative Writing Nonfiction or permission of instructor.General Education: WAC 3: Writing and Research for the Major