Image: Ignacio B. Peña I’m done, yaay!! Wait, I’m done? That can’t be right. Okay so I’m not done-done. I still have a little under four months to start and finish a creative dissertation project (i.e. a novella), and then I’m done. But as for the taught portion of the Creative Writing program here at… Continue reading I’m working on it.
As the light at the end-of-the-term-tunnel approaches, skippering half-thoughts firefly through my accordion-like mind. Not a round-up, not yet, as I am not finished, but so close. One big nagging developmental editing project to start and finish, two solid re-writes in fiction and non, a semi-ton truck load of papers and portfolios to mark, the… Continue reading Renewing The Vows
We're taking first year contributor applications until June 1st! Every year we follow the experiences of fifteen first year MFA/MA poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction students. Our contributors discuss their experiences adjusting to graduate school life and the MFA.
The application process is so angsty. You assemble this huge, painstaking packet, send it out, notice all your typos...
Image: Thomas Hawk I got my first acceptance the second week of February while heading to my second class of the day. I spent the 75 minutes in my class reading that acceptance letter over and over and trying to keep a smile off my face as the class went over Faulkner. I was on… Continue reading The After: Decisions, Decisions