MFA Programs Database

School City/State Genre Residencysort icon Program Size Deadline
School University of Alaska, Fairbanks
MFA Program
Core Faculty Includes:

Poet: Sean Hill. Fiction writers: Gerri Brightwell and Kyle Mellen. Nonfiction writer: Daryl ...

City/State Fairbanks, AK Genre Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction Residencysort icon Full Program Size NR Deadline 1/15/15
School University of Arizona
MFA Program
Core Faculty Includes:

Poets: Susan Briante, Alison Deming, Farid Matuk, and Joshua Marie Wilkinson. Fiction ...

City/State Tucson, AZ Genre Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction Residencysort icon Full Program Size 50 Deadline 1/1/15
School Arizona State University
MFA Program
Core Faculty Includes:

Poets: Sally Ball, Norman Dubie, Beckian Fritz Goldberg, Cynthia Hogue, T.R. Hummer, Alberto ...

City/State Tempe, AZ Genre Poetry, Fiction Residencysort icon Full Program Size 31 Deadline 1/1/15
School University of Arkansas
MFA Program
Core Faculty Includes:

Poets: Geoffrey Brock, Geffrey Davis, Michael Heffernan, and Davis McCombs. Fiction writers: ...

City/State Fayetteville, AR Genre Poetry, Fiction Residencysort icon Full Program Size 40 Deadline 1/3/15
School California College of the Arts
MFA Program
Core Faculty Includes:

Poetry: Opal Palmer Adisa, Donna de la Perriere, Gloria Frym, Caroline Goodwin, Kevin ...

City/State San Francisco, CA Genre Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction Residencysort icon Full Program Size 30-40 Deadline 1/10/15
School California Institute of the Arts
MFA Program
Core Faculty Includes:

Bruce Bauman, Tisa Bryant, Jen Hofer, Douglas Kearney, Maggie Nelson, Janet Sarbanes, Mady ...

City/State Valencia, CA Genre Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Cross-Genre Residencysort icon Full Program Size 45 Deadline 1/5/15

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