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More MidWeek Update: MFA In Creative Writing

11.14.18

Hello again, from art to writing. For those who like creative writing, you might want to take a look at this. Bay Path University is having a no residency for MFA in Creative Writing program. Thanks to the email that was sent to me by The Writer


Credit source: The Writer

Your Path to Discovering Your Story. 
Bay Path University’s no residency MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing is designed to help aspiring writers turn their personal story into publishable prose. You’ll learn the techniques of outstanding writing, read and discuss important works of creative nonfiction, and complete a master’s thesis that can form the foundation for your book: a memoir, collection of personal essays, biography, or other creative nonfiction forms. 

 ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS, Classes Start January 22, 2019

 
Why Choose Bay Path’s MFA?
  • Recognized by onlineu.org for having one of the most affordable MFA and Creative Writing programs in the country
  • Our award-winning MFA faculty are accomplished memorists, journalists, food and travel writers, editors, and publishers 
  • Specialized tracks are available in publishing or teaching
  • Workshop with small peer groups for intensive writing practice, feedback, and support
  • Summer creative writing seminar option in Ireland

“These MFA courses, taught by down-to-earth and experienced faculty, encouraged me to take risks with my writing and explore new techniques.”
                                    – Meredith O’Brien G’17, author of Mr. Clark’s Big Band

THE BAY PATH ADVANTAGE
  • Flexible 100% online format, no residency requirement
  • Classes start every January, May, and August
  • Convenient schedule, take courses full or part-time (39 credits)
  • Students learn in a small, intimate, highly dynamic and interactive online community
  • Students have access to mentoring, tutoring, library and academic resources, and career services
  • Financial aid is available and no GMAT or GRE is required
OUR PROGRAM DIRECTOR 
Leanna James Blackwell is a prize-winning essayist and documentary playwright who writes and speaks frequently on the arts, family, and social justice. She has been teaching and mentoring writers for twenty years and is known for a teaching approach that helps writers access and develops their deepest creative potential. 
Visit the Director’s Blog
Director’s Email
   
 UPCOMING ONLINE EVENTS

NOV. 15 | 12 – 1 P.M. ET | INFORMATION SESSION | REGISTER TODAY
Join us for an online information session for the opportunity to learn more about our MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing program and have all of your questions answered by our program director, Leanna James Blackwell.

NOV. 27 | 12 – 1 P.M. ET | HOT TOPICS: WRITING ABOUT PLACE | REGISTER TODAY
Join Mel Allen, editor of Yankee magazine and Bay path MFA faculty member, and Leanna James Blackwell, director of the MFA in Creative Nonfiction at Bay Path University for an in-depth conversation about the art and craft of place-based writing. 
 
DEC. 11 | 1 – 2 P.M. | INFORMATION SESSION | REGISTER TODAY
Join us for an online information session for the opportunity to learn more about our MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing program and have all of your questions answered by our program director, Leanna James Blackwell.
 
     
 
Founded in 1897, Bay Path University focuses on preparing our students for a constantly changing world. Our main campus is located in Longmeadow, Massachusetts with additional sites across the state and online. Bay Path University is fully accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).
 
   For more information,
     Visit baypath.edu or email us at graduate@baypath.edu

Just click on the fall orangey links above to get all the information you need. 

 

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