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MFA in Creative Writing: the Low-Residency Route

After years of debating whether or not I was even interested in a Creative Writing MFA program (and years of debating whether to give in to my desire to write or stifle that and do something practical), I’ve finally decided to go for it. 612 more words

Writing

Letters of Recommendation for MFA in Creative Writing

Recently, after posting on this blog about the Letter of Intent and the Writing Sample, I received a question about who should write letters of recommendation for a program in creative writing. 845 more words

Writing

Follow Up: Not to GRE

This is just a quick follow-up post to my previous one “To GRE or Not to GRE” — that was the question. And the answer is… 280 more words

Education

To GRE or Not to GRE

Mississippi University for Women, where I direct the creative writing program, was recently approved to offer a low-residency MFA in creative writing. As part of the approval process, I had to bring the proposal to our graduate council. 663 more words

Education

Proud to be a part of this! The Mile-High MFA is now open for business!

YOU WANT TO TELL STORIES. YOU WANT TO WRITE POEMS. BUT YOU CAN’T FIND THE TIME.
NOW IS THE TIME.

Apply to Regis’ Mile High MFA, a low-residency program that lets you stay at your job and close to your family, but pushes you to make time for writing.

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How to Select and Apply to an MFA Program

The first condition of education is being able to put someone to wholesome and meaningful work. –John Ruskin

You’ve reached the point in your writing career where you’ve become quite serious about it. 1,483 more words

Rhonda Browning White