Instructor: Kenzie Allen
Cost: $90 Members | $100 Non-Members
Saturday, October 11, 2014 | 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Limited to 12 students.
Applying to graduate programs in creative writing can be daunting, but it can also be exciting, rewarding, and even fun! In this seminar we'll cover the basics and initial questions of application research (Is an MFA the right step for me? What schools are a good fit for my goals? Low-residency or full-residency? Where do I begin?), the ins and outs of preparing your application materials (such as the Statement of Purpose, Letters of Recommendation, and the ever-important Writing Sample) and the types of programs and options available. You will also have the opportunity to receive feedback on your application materials.
Please join us Friday, October 24, at 7:00 pm for a Literary Salon with poet Erika Meitner.
This October, poet Kevin McFadden will interview poet Erika Meitner about the idea of poetry as documentary: what happens when you take on an assignment to report on an entire city—in verse? In 2010, Meitner went to Detroit on assignment for VQR to find out the answer. In the process, she discovered new poetic tactics for documenting her own personal struggles in an unflinching way. Free and open to the public.
Thank You to our Sponsors for
Words and Wine 2013
The following businesses and individuals contributed prizes, food, or other in-kind or cash donations to help make the event a success:
If you're not a member of WriterHouse's fabulous community of writers, here's what you might be missing:
- Discounts on writing classes and workshops
- Advance notification of new writing classes
- Eligibility to apply for workspace and conference room rental
- Admission to public areas of house during open hours
- Admission to members-only events
- Link to your writing site from our website
- Your own blog hosted on the WriterHouse server
Members-only events include our Anniversary Members Party and an upcoming panel of literary journal editors. You can join the fun by joining WriterHouse today.