creative writing

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creative writing

n.
The art of writing literary works such as poems, novels, plays, memoirs, or biographies.
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Teach at the Solstice Low-Residency Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing Program at Pine Manor College, where I have deeply engaged students and inspiring writer-colleagues;
Author Benjamin Alire Saenz is a former Associate Professor in the MFA Creative Writing Program at the University of Texas at El Paso--which is the only bilingual creative writing program in the country.
The University of the Arts' Visiting Writers Series is sponsored by the Creative Writing program and features acclaimed contemporary writers who will visit campus each year.
The publishing arm of VOX, which encourages "works of experimental literature," leads a creative writing program for prison inmates called the Prison Writes Initiative-a first of its kind in Mississippi.
The creative writing program is celebrating awards nominations for books by grads Kaitlin Tremblay and Shawna Diane Partridge, and professor Susan Holbrook.
A graduate of Columbia University's creative writing program, Gonzales has previously shared his unique brand of storytelling via publications such as Timothy McSweeney's Quarterly Concern and The Believer.
Master's students in the University of Oregon's creative writing program will read from their works in progress.
Hannah enrolls in a creative writing program at the University of Iowa, where she confronts some unsettling realities.
Today a co-director of the Creative Writing Program at the City College of New York, he divides his time between New York and Tehran.
Morrison, who won the Pulitzer Prize for her novel ''Beloved'' in 1988, came to Princeton in 1989 and was a member of the university's creative writing program until she retired in 2006.
Maybe the recent $50 million gift by Helen Zell to UM's creative writing program will encourage greater cooperation; maybe, instead, it will eliminate altogether the need to reach out to new students.
Piafsky, director of the creative writing program at Spring Hill College in Alabama and former editor of the Missouri Review, has written a brilliant book that serves as a cautionary tale for anyone over thirty who feels certain about his or her future.