April 8, 2019

Creative Writing

From The Novelist Portent by Johnny E. Mahaffey (author's profile)


Correctional Writer's Initiative

CBU Scribe:
Creative Writing
* Short Story * Essay * Novel * Screenplay * Publication

This semester, the CBU Scribe class will focus on the art of the personal essay - with advanced students working on the "novel project" meeting separately.

A high school diploma, or GED is a prerequisite of this class; anyone in need of a GED should not take this class, as it will NOT cover grammar in any way. The creative writing process contradicts the writing style used for GED, therefore meaning that this class could damage your chances at a GED, because college-level writing is completely different than high school, and does not use the same format, or style.

Nearly all CBU Scribe graduates have been published. Homework assignments are submitted to national publications, and considered (with all copyrights remaining with the student).

Sign up lists for this class are in the dayroom. Class is held in the top dayroom (left-side), on Fridays.

Instructor: J.E. Mahaffey

Character Based-Unit

Character-Based Unit


Science: A Candle in the Dark

Learn the inner workings and rules that govern our known Universe.

This class has no prerequisite - and is designed with the layman in mind, as well as the seasoned physicist.

Classes are on Fridays, in the upstairs dayroom, Left-side.

Instructor: J.E. Mahaffey


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Yoko_morimoto Posted 1 year, 5 months ago. ✓ Mailed 1 year, 3 months ago   Favorite
It is good that you use your talent and education to teach others.

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