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Mar 12, 2012, 3:15 PM
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Have you considered a low-residency program? I know Goddard College has one for bachelors' degrees, and they even have a program in creative writing.
However, I wouldn't really recommend a degree in writing. At some point you'll need to get a job, and a writing degree won't exactly put you on the fast track. In your place, I would read everything I could get my hands on -- especially old works, classics, which form the foundation of our literature -- and take as many writing courses as possible, and major in something that will make it possible to find work that will support the writing. (Plumbing is good for that.)
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