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Bob S.
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Mar 4, 2005, 3:58 PM

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Re: [eriksmetana] LR-MFA programs

U. of Nebraska has a new one. Same with Wilkes in Pennsylvania. Then there's Pacific U. in Oregon, which isn't Pacific Lutheran or Seattle Pacific. The Whidbey Island Writers Workshop near Seattle is doing a low-res MFA not affiliated with a university but authorized by a state educational board. A bunch of colleges in Ohio are collaborating on one - Akron and Cleveland State and a couple of others.

That US News ranking is so old we may all get moths in our computers from accessing it. And a lot of people would say it was wacko when it was new. But it's OK as sort of a general list of some decent programs. There were only three low-res programs in existence when that list was done, and Bennington's was only two years old. Warren Wilson at 20 and Vermont College in the 60s are both laughable.

(This post was edited by motet on Mar 5, 2005, 10:21 AM)

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Post edited by wiswriter (User) on Mar 4, 2005, 4:07 PM
Post edited by motet (Veteran) on Mar 5, 2005, 10:21 AM

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