I don't have the information that can answer Accepted and Aggravated's question. But maybe you do? If you have any insights, please leave them in the comments section.
I was accepted to the MFA in Writing at the School of the Art Institute of
Chicago, but I CAN'T FIND ANYTHING OUT ABOUT IT besides from the school itself.
I am going there next week to scope the scene, but was wondering what the word
is around town on their program. Do you know how it compares to more
well-known programs (reputation-wise, curriculum-wise,
making-you-a-better-writer-wise)? I love that they offer an inter-disciplinary
approach to writing, however I don't want to end up being a black sheep at a
school packed full of artists whose faculty devote more time to fine arts than
written art. So if you do know anything about it, is the writing program sharp
enough to not pale in respect to the studio arts programs?