Thursday, November 14, 2013

Advice from The Millions

Edan Lepucki has written a wonderful article, offering an overview of the "MFA DEBATE", but more importantly, there is a great list of things that potential students can do in preparation for their MFA. Check it out!

2. Join a writing group and/or enroll in a class.
Here’s an opportunity to meet fellow writers, to get feedback on your work, to figure out what’s bad advice and what is helpful. To get deadlines. To hear about new books. To receive guidance from a teacher. (I teach privately and for UCLA’s continuing education program, and I just pretend most of my classes are graduate-level. I think other teachers do the same.) And if you live in a small town with limited options, research online classes. If you don’t do this, then at least find a friend with whom to exchange work.


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