Master of Fine Arts
The school offers a student-focused program, we combine the best of traditional workshop and leading-edge pedagogy. Our literary cross-training offers opportunities in a broad range of genres including fiction, poetry, screenplay, podcasting, video game writing and graphic novel.
We strive to create a dynamic and inclusive environment that encourages artistic experimentation and community building. We’re extremely proud of the national and international literary achievements of our many graduates, as well as their generous contributions to the greater creative community.
|Belcourt, Billy-Ray||Fiction; Nonfiction; Poetry|
|Hopkinson, Nalo||Creative writing, n.e.c.; Humanities and the arts; Creative Writing: Speculative Ficton, Fantasy, Science Fiction, especially Other Voices|
|Leavitt, Sarah||Autobiographical comics; Formal experimentation in comics; Comics pedagogy|
|Lee, Nancy||Fiction; Creative Writing|
|Lyon, Annabel||50th Anniversary of Creative Writing, fiction, creative writing|
|Maillard, Keith||Fiction, poetry|
|Medved, Maureen||Fiction, writing for screen|
|Ohlin, Alix||Fiction; Screenwriting; Environmental writing|
|Pohl-Weary, Emily||Fiction; Writing for Youth|
|Svendsen, Linda||Fiction, television|
|Taylor, Timothy||fiction and nonfiction|
HarperCollinsPublishersLtd, the UBC School of Creative Writing, and CookeMcDermid Literary Management are thrilled to announce that the winner of the 2022 Prize for Best New Fiction is Tammy Armstrong for her adult novel Ursula. “All of us at the UBC School of Creative Writing are so proud of...
HarperCollinsPublishersLtd, the UBC School of Creative Writing and CookeMcDermid Literary Management are pleased to announce the shortlist for the 2022 HarperCollinsPublishersLtd/UBC Prize for Best New Fiction: Tammy Armstrong for her adult novel URSULA Sonal Champsee for her adult novel...