Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Workshops for New York-based MFA applicants

I'm running two writing workshops, open to both fiction and nonfiction writers, starting in September. If you live in or near New York, and you want some feedback on your MFA manuscripts before turning in your applications, here's an opportunity (though please note, the workshops are not exclusively for MFA applicants - you'll be alongside other published and experienced writers).

Previous students and one-on-one clients of mine have been accepted at some of the top programs in the country, including Iowa, UT Austin, Syracuse, Purdue, UNC Greensboro, Brooklyn College, and Hunter, to name a few.

Check out my website for more info, and get in touch with me asap if you'd like to sign up. Only five spots left now!


Jim said...

Nancy, the link to your site is not working.

Colleen said...

the .com is missing; insert & it works

Sally Jane said...

On a related note, if anyone is interested in trying out a MFA playwriting class at the Stony Brook Manhattan campus, check out this opportunity:

Annie Baker, winner of the 2010 Obie Award for Best New American Play for both Circle Mirror Transformation (Playwrights Horizons) and The Aliens(Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre), will lead a workshop in playwriting for the Stony Brook Southampton MFA Theatre and Film
Manhattan Track starting September 24th in 6 intensive weekends.

Sessions run from 3 to 6pm on the following dates: September 24,25.
October 15,16,29,30. November 5,6. December 3,4,10,11.

SBS Manhattan is located at 101-113 East 27th St., 3rd Floor. For
course description, registration and more information, go to
http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/southampton/mfa/manhattan.shtml and
click on “upcoming courses."

Don’t miss this opportunity to study with the playwright The New York Times dubbed "one of the most promising new stage talents to emerge in the past decade."

Tyrel Murri said...

Does anyone know a list of places I could send my MFA manuscript and have them critique it? I would like any help possible to get in this year... :)

Jeff said...

Hi there Nancy,
Thanks for the info on your blog, also for the links to your website.
Do you run any online coaching sessions?
regards Jeff.

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