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Getting To Know You: A Quick Conversation w/ MA student Josh Bovee

Are you local to the area? Where you from?  Why Albany?

I am not local. I am from Johnstown New York, a very small town about 45 minutes outside of Albany. 317 more words

M.A. English

The Orphan by Adreyo Sen

Adreyo Sen is pursuing his MFA at Southampton College. He has been published at Danse Macabre, Garbanzo and Cannon’s Mouth, as well as previously at Tree House. 18 more words

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Tell me, English major, what do you do all day?

Sometimes I wonder if other human beings believe that all I do is sit in a classroom of five or six other fellow English scholars and discuss why curtains are blue in chapter six of x story. 599 more words

Writing

Viviane Sassen

Africa

Viviane Sassen was born in Amsterdam in 1972, and spent her early childhood in Kenya. She began studying photography after going to school for fashion design, where she realized that her interest was not in clothes but in making images. 238 more words

Photography

"Millions" in writing advice, paid out in pennies

Practical Art: On Teaching the Business of Creative Writing

Fine advice for writers – especially those in or graduated from one of the many MFA programs – but a bit too wordy with not enough practical advice. 67 more words

Writing

The Intersection of Drawing and Writing and Living

Last night, I drew a charcoal picture of what I meant to be my parents’ golden retriever, Buddy (with two eyes), before next Thursday, when a cancerous mass will be removed from his skull, along with one of his eyes. 598 more words

Nonfiction

Graduation video from students in Wilkes University's Creative Writing Program

Every graduating class in Wilkes University’s MA/MFA in Creative Writing Program produces their own satirical film as a way to celebrate their hard work and say goodbye to new friends. 29 more words