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How I Chose My MFA Program, or, Doing Your Research

It’s a funny story how I decided to get my MFA in Fiction Writing.  Spoiler alert:  it does not involve research.

I was twenty-four years old and in my second year as a full-time math teacher when I stopped by a little bookstore near my house in Uptown New Orleans and my eyes fell on a paperback called… 1,250 more words

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More of the PhD Journey, or How a Low-Residency MFA Program in Vermont Ruined My Marriage...

Well it’s been ten months since I posted in my WordPress.  I’m in my second semester of the Phd (fudd) here at the Big University.  I’m teaching Composition II this semester to mostly freshman.   1,048 more words

Coffee, Pipes, And Conversations

Teaching, Writing, and the Spaces in Between  

I am jet lagged already. I am on my way from India to Vermont, in the tender care of Lufthansa and assorted other airlines.
This is not the ideal way to prepare for residency, I know, but for complicated travel reasons, I didn’t have a choice. 215 more words

Studio Arts College International (SACI) announces new MFA in Studio Art Summer Low-Residency Program

SACI’s new Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art Summer Low-Residency Program, starts May 2017, deadline to apply: March 15

Studio Arts College International is proud to announce that, starting in May 2017, students can enroll in SACI’s unique new graduate-degree program—the only 3-year… 255 more words

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Is an MFA in Creative Writing Worth It?

A final trip to Paris last month marked the end of my dream graduate school experience. Now, I just need to find a spot to hang my Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing degree from New York University. 748 more words

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Congratulations To The Summer 2016 Graduates Of The University Of Nebraska MFA In Writing!!!!!

Congratulations to the summery 2016 graduates of the University of Nebraska MFA in writing!!!!!

Man, it’s been 6 years now since I’ve graduated. 6 years and 12 graduating classes. 7 more words