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Rankovic Brings Creative Writing to Life

CATHERINE RANKOVIC will be teaching the 3-credit evening course, Introduction to Creative Writing, in Washington University’s University College in Spring 2010, Wednesday 6-8:30 PM. Try out poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. Class begins January 20, 2010. 50 percent tuition discount for age 60 and over. To register online visit:

Graduate Creative Nonfiction Workshop This Summer at UMSL

Note from Catherine Rankovic: Dear Writers: I will be teaching the graduate Creative Nonfiction Workshop at UMSL this summer. For Metro-area residents the cost is just under $900. You do not have to be in their MFA program to enroll, simply write well enough to take a graduate course (3 credits) and be a good […]

Washington University Summer Writers Institute By Catherine Rankovic

I tried to do it alone and failed, so I know that professional writers need friends and specialized knowledge if their goal is to publish and thrive. As writing coach Steve Buttry puts it, “No train, no gain.” It took me years to figure out that, like any other professionals, writers need instruction, moral support, […]

Soyinka’s “The Lion & The Jewel” brings total art to Edison Theatre, Washington University, St. Louis

“The Lion and the Jewel” written by Wole Soyinka, directed by Ron Himes and presented by the Washington University Performing Arts Department, opened tonightat Washington University’s Edison Theatre in St Louis, Missouri. The play continues through April 27th. The Washington University Performing Arts Department describes the dance-drama cum social satire like this:Wole Soyinka, Nobel Laureate […]