The original Creative Writer was announced by Microsoft on 7 December 1993 A version was also released for the Apple Macintosh, compatible with computers running the classic Mac OS from the System 6 version up to Mac OS 9.
The program took place in the fictional place of Imaginopolis and had several levels of a building each with a different topic (e.g.
You will learn your craft from working writers who are widely published and also dedicated teachers.
Our impressive roster of past visiting writers includes Alice Walker, John Irving and Saul Bellow. And because they are open to all, you will work closely with a wonderfully diverse group of peers majoring in neuroscience, Judaic studies, African and African-American studies, fine arts, law, business, biology and other areas.
Examples of this include a vacuum cleaner suction to delete and an explosion to denote deleting everything from a page.
Creative Writer and its sequel Creative Writer 2 both use different versions of the proprietary file format.it is possible to create documents such as letters, posters, flyers and stories complete with different fonts, Clip art, Word Art and effects.The interface and environment is especially targeted towards children and is set in Imaginopolis with the main helper being a character known as Mc Zee. Both are now discontinued, but can still be acquired from online stores and auction websites such as e Bay.Within the major, you may choose to concentrate on fiction, poetry or screenplay.Those who pursue honors within the major will work closely with a mentor to produce a body of high-caliber creative work.The Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts sponsors student-run initiatives, such as writer/artist collaborations, installations and spoken-word performances. Coetzee, Lorrie Moore, Li Young Lee, Denis Johnson, Russell Banks, Gish Jen, Grace Paley, Anne Waldman, Li Young Lee, Robert Creeley, Junot Diaz and Elizabeth Mc Cracken.There are also many student publications on campus to which you can submit your work and/or for which you may join the editorial staff, including: Every year, two distinguished authors join our faculty as the Fannie Hurst Fiction Writer and the Jacob Ziskind Poet. Many of our majors go on to pursue a Master of Fine Arts degree.Our program is also unusually active, sponsoring reading series, student awards, panel discussions, workshops on publishing, and journal and performance opportunities.Our Reading Series brings nationally known poets, novelists and translators to campus for readings and meetings with students.Many have received fellowships at such prestigious universities as Harvard, Cornell, Syracuse, Michigan, Arizona, Oregon and Washington.Some of our graduates have gone on to teach at Tufts, Rhode Island School of Design, Columbia, Emerson, The New School and Bentley College.