MFA Programs Database

Schoolsort icon City/State Genre Residency Program Size Deadline
Schoolsort icon University of Missouri, Kansas City
MFA Program
Core Faculty Includes:

Poets: Hadara Bar-Nadav, Michelle Boisseau, Robert Stewart
Fiction writers: Christie ...

City/State Kansas City, MO Genre Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction Residency Full Program Size NR Deadline 1/15/15
Schoolsort icon University of Missouri, St. Louis
MFA Program
Core Faculty Includes:

Poets: Steve Schreiner, Shane Seely
Fiction ...

City/State St. Louis, MO Genre Poetry, Fiction Residency Full Program Size 30 Deadline 1/15/15
Schoolsort icon University of Montana, Missoula
MFA Program
Core Faculty Includes:

Poets: Joanna Klink, Greg Pape, Prageeta Sharma, and Karen Volkman. Fiction writers: Kevin ...

City/State Missoula, MT Genre Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction Residency Full Program Size 50 Deadline 1/6/15
Schoolsort icon University of Nebraska, Lincoln
PhD Program
Core Faculty Includes:

Poetry: Grace Bauer, Stephen Behrendt, Kwame Dawes, Ted Kooser, Stacey Waite

City/State Lincoln, NE Genre Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction Residency Full Program Size 120 (MA and PhD students combined) Deadline 12/8/14
Schoolsort icon University of Nebraska, Lincoln
MA Program
Core Faculty Includes:

Poetry: Grace Bauer, Stephen Behrendt, Kwame Dawes, Ted Kooser, Stacey Waite

City/State Lincoln, NE Genre Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction Residency Full Program Size 120 (MA and PhD students combined) Deadline 12/8/14
Schoolsort icon University of Nebraska, Omaha
MFA Program
Core Faculty Includes:

Poets: Allison Adelle Hedge Coke, Kate Gale, Teri Youmans Grimm, Art Homer, Steve Langan, Jim ...

City/State Omaha, NE Genre Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction Residency Low Program Size 40 Deadline 10/1/14

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