I am intimidated by the idea of writing fugues.
...but I would like to do it. I have in mind the style exemplified by Bach.
In a collegiate "Counterpoint" class (or book, or private instruction, or self-guided groping) is (are) there a standard approach(es) to teaching/learning the fugue-writing process?
In the ideal, I'd like to undertake this on my own, at least initially, at my own pace. I'm not interested at this stage in finding a teacher or class. I'm open to books, but what I'm looking for here is an outline of how such a teacher, course, or book would approach guiding me through the compositional process.
As background: I consider myself proficient in the analytical and performative aspects of tonality and form, including fugues. However, my education in terms of writing (tonal) music ends with a solid understanding of four-part writing a la Fux.