1. Think creatively, of course.This category includes any imaginative writing such as fiction, poetry, lyrics, plays and other imaginative pieces that involve or address human rights and social justice in a creative way.
2. Discuss your ideas and drafts with others. Conversations with professors, family members and friends can help you develop your ideas and sharpen your entry.
3. Decide whether you want to present your entry as text or performace. For example, you can have judges and others read your poem, story, or song—or you can have them watch a video of you reading it. If you wish, you could have both by placing a link to your video in the file that has your printed text.
4. Come to the Writing Center. Drop in or make an appointment online for any of the Writing Center's three locations: Belk Library, Multicuiltural Center, and Koury Business Center.
Writing boot camps enable faculty and staff to devote a full day exclusively to their writing projects. They are a great way to launch or make progress on your research/creative/professional writing project.
The Center for Writing Excellence has partnered with the Elon University Law School in Greensboro to offer Writing Boot Camps at a convenient second location.