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Each of our students also has the opportunity to work in a secondary genre of their choice for their first six quarters, either effectively as a minor where they focus on a single secondary genre, or by dipping their toes into a different form each term.
This is central to our philosophy of helping you to become a well-rounded professional writer — one who is capable of a sustained career by being skilled in more than one arena, so that you’re always able to find the right medium for the stories you wish to tell.
In that light, our focus is on getting your work out of the classroom and into the real world — you’re going to be read not only by the award-winning writers on our faculty, but also by top industry professionals in publishing, television, and film.
These are the literary agents, editors, producers, and show runners who are essential to the next phase of your writing career and who make up our guest faculty each residency.
Low Residency programs include Warren Wilson, Lesley, Antioch, Bennington, and Vermont.11.
Keep in mind that some programs offer 5 slots a year, while others will offer 30 or more. Best of luck, and do visit us at the main MFA Blog.
It’s the touchstone of our program and of our exceptionally successful graduates.
We’re also home to , an online literary magazine boasting excellent fiction, nonfiction, poetry and writing on the arts.