pic.twitter.com/74Cya TCJLm On a panel on Sunday at 3 for SLICE Literary Writers' Conference."Making the Most of Your MFA: Authors Share How They've Leveraged their MFAs to Advance Their Careers." Students are free, I'm pretty sure ...Thanks to a grant from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, NYC students can attend panels for free (enrollment is typically 5).
Students of this Creative Writing graduate program from The New School live the writer's life in the global publishing capital as they learn to ask questions that redefine narratives, becoming daring voices of a new generation.
pic.twitter.com/Oq TIi Pbz Kb [email protected]: “Talk to us about breaking the laws of physics in your novel?
” Tea Obrecht: “Well I flunked physics” Hilarious & insightful with these two at @greenlightbklyn.
Classes might cover subjects like English theory and scholastic criticism.
Second, graduate writing programs could develop your skills and knowledge through workshop courses.