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MFA Course Descriptions

IMF 54301
Genre Fiction as Literature: Young Adult Literature

Instructor: Nicole McInnes

Class Type: Literature 

Course Description:
In this course (which is open to experienced readers and writers of young adult fiction as well as to those new to the category or somewhere in between), we will focus on reading, analyzing and discussing current works by YA authors who have achieved significant popularity among readers and reviewers. 

Textbooks:

Title: WHERE THINGS COME BACK
Author: John Corey Whaley
Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers/2012
ISBN: 9781442413344

Title: KINDRED: A GRAPHIC NOVEL ADAPTATION
Authors: Octavia E. Butler (Author), John Jennings (Illustrator), Damian Duffy (Editor)
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams/2018
ISBN: 9781419728556

Title: THE HOUSE OF THE SCORPION
Author: Nancy Farmer
Publisher/Date: Atheneum Books for Young Readers/2004
ISBN: 9780689852237

Title: UNBROKEN: 13 STORIES STARRING DISABLED TEENS
Author/Editor: Marieke Nijkamp
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)/2018
ISBN: 9780374306502

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