Thursday, December 12, 2013

MFA Fiction Advice from Elizabeth McKracken

















Fiction writer Elizabeth McCracken -- who is one of the MFA application readers at UT-Austin -- tweeted advice this autumn for fiction students applying to any MFA program. The fine people at GalleyCat collected them for us (there are over 30 of them), so do check them out. Lots of gems here.




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