Friday, September 10, 2010

Creative Writing MFA Myths Debunked – from Huffington Post

Creative Writing MFA Myths Debunked – from Huffington Post

In this article, Abramson, an alum of Iowa Writers’ Workshop, addresses many questions raised by a prospective MFA candidates during their inquiry as to whether to pursue that very specific degree/life experience. From competition in application process, to motivation for doing so, to the importance of the people (professors and peers) with whom you’ll be working, it is covered here. So, if you didn’t get in your first time around, maybe next time you should throw an application at Harvard Law School, too!
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Also, here are links to the top fiction MFA programs in the country achieved on Our Stories’ site.

Read smart and write strong. And maybe think about law school. . .


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Six Myths About the Creative Writing Master of Fine Arts

Seth Abramson, Poet, attorney, freelance journalist
Posted: September 7, 2010 02:55 PM

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