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Inconsistent Information About MFA Program Funding
The following creative writing MFA programs are listed as fully funded on the Poets & Writers MFA Programs Database, but do not meet The Workshop's definition of a fully funded MFA in creative writing.
Sarah Abbott – Introduction (University of Kentucky ’16)
[image description: Bridge over a river with lush green foliage on each side] When you go whitewater rafting on the New River for the first time, you don't know what to expect. Climbing with a crowd of other people into an old yellow bus, you clack helmets and paddles against one another before settling in… Continue reading Sarah Abbott – Introduction (University of Kentucky ’16)
Jennifer Obi Introduction (Northern Arizona University ’16)
It's probably providence that I waited to the absolute last minute to write this post. I'm constantly doing that when I have writing deadlines, and I guess old habits die hard as they say. I spent a long time trying to figure out the perfect way to write this introduction. What should I highlight? What… Continue reading Jennifer Obi Introduction (Northern Arizona University ’16)
Roy G. Guzmán – Introduction (University of Minnesota ’17)
Five Songs to Put that MFA Dream into Overdrive Poets are lauded in Latino communities for their vision, but very few of our members embrace or understand the ramifications of pursuing this vocation. For instance, I grew up idolizing Rubén Darío, but it wasn’t until college that I studied his work; in Miami, José Martí’s… Continue reading Roy G. Guzmán – Introduction (University of Minnesota ’17)