Through these courses, the student will have training in both analytical and creative skills and tools for the development of their own literary texts.


Literary creation workshop
Aimed at all public | beginners

Theoretical-practical course in which the student will recognize elements of literary creation and will experience creative strategies to write literary.


At the end of the workshop, the student will have resources, tools and artistic experience around the art of literature; and you will gain knowledge to analyze, create, edit and provide feedback on literary texts.

Session 1 | Creative unlocking exercises
– Welcome and group presentation.
– Introductory concepts: literature, literary creation, creative writing.
– Text presentation format, elements for literary analysis and feedback guide.
– More than twenty triggers for the creation of texts.

Session 2 | Open your eyes to write better.
– Reading and literary analysis:
. Narrative: story and children's literature.
. Poetry.
. Theater script.
. Film screenplay.
. Rehearsal.
. Autobiography and memory.
. Travel report.

– Ideas for planning and genesis of a literary text.
– First writing exercise: literary analysis. Read aloud and feedback.

Session 3 | Routes and paths: textual structures and formats
– Literary genres: narrative, lyrical, dramatic and didactic.
– Fiction and non-fiction literature.
– Second writing exercise: literary text. Read aloud and feedback.

Session 4 | Construction of narrative worlds
– A dozen narrative techniques.
– Characters, actions, places and times.
– Third writing exercise: literary text. Read aloud and feedback.

Session 5 | the poetic universe
– The lyrical self.
- Rhetorical figures.
– Poetic forms.
– Fourth writing exercise: literary text. Read aloud and feedback.

Session 6 | The external look.
– Literary theory and criticism.
– Useful editing tools: style correction and spelling correction.
– Fifth writing exercise: literary text. Read aloud and feedback.

Session 7 | The new creative landscape.
– Plans for future literary projects.
– Sixth writing exercise: literary text. Out loud reading.
– Farewell and final thoughts.

Carmen Alanis

Graduated in Spanish Letters from the UANL. Since 2001 she has worked as a learning facilitator in the areas of cultural promotion, literacy mediation, human rights, gender equity,
textual editing and university teaching. Interviewer, researcher and playwright at the La Zorroridad Producciones Collective. As a literacy mediator, she has given courses, workshops, seminars, talks, editorial presentations and conferences at institutions such as CONARTE, UANL, UMM, ITESM, MARCO, Niños CONARTE, the Ministry of Education, the International Fair of Libro de Monterrey, the UANLeer University Book Fair and various cultural spaces.

Cost: $ 2,650

15% discount: Chavos MARCO Membership (Student Discount): purchase your credential at the Museum.
10% discount:
• Re-enrollment: applies to MARCO students, enrolled in the immediate previous block.
• Prompt payment: applies for new admission or former students from previous blocks.
• INAPAM with valid credential.
* IMPORTANT: The course start week does not apply any discount.

Saturday from 14:30 p.m. to 17:00 p.m.
7 sessions | From August 10 to September 28 (holiday on September 14)


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