John McPhee‘s “Creative Non-Fiction” course, one of the University’s longest running classes, was featured in a front-page story on “popular spring courses” in today’s edition of The Daily Princetonian.
McPhee, a Ferris Professor of Journalism in Residence, has taught writing at Princeton since 1975. He recently published The Patch, his 33rd book, and was awarded the 2018 Audubon New York Award for Environmental Writing.
Cross-listed with Creative Writing, JRN 240/CWR 240 is offered each spring, is open to Princeton sophomores, by application, and limited to 16 students.
Read the full story in the Prince.