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||Novels, stories and news|
|Maillard, Keith||Fiction, poetry|
|McGowan, Sharon||Planning of film productions from concept to completion|
|Medved, Maureen||Fiction, writing for screen|
|Nicholson, Cecily||Languages and literature; Poetry|
|Ohlin, Alix||Fiction; Screenwriting; Environmental writing|
|Pohl-Weary, Emily||Fiction; Writing for Youth|
|Svendsen, Linda||Fiction, television|
|Taylor, Timothy||fiction and nonfiction|
We’re thrilled to announce our most recent cohort of MFA graduates! To celebrate this huge accomplishment, we’ve compiled a special showcase to share a little about them and their thesis projects. Our November 2023 showcase includes 11 MFA graduates with thesis projects in fiction, including...
The School of Creative Writing welcomes several new faculty members this fall. “We are thrilled to have four new faculty members that bring a delightful breadth of writing experience to our program. We’re so pleased to see our diverse student body reflected in the genre specializations and...