Poetry: Richard Jones
Fiction: Dan Stolar, Rebecca Johns Trissler
Nonfiction: Ted Anton, Barrie Jean Borich, Miles Harvey, Michele Morano
The program offers partial funding. The program offers five graduate assistantships and partial tuition scholarships for enrolled students.
This program offers an MA or MFA degree in creative writing and publishing; MA students can apply to the MFA after two quarters. The program also offers some online and hybrid courses, publishing internships, and the option to complete a certificate in Teaching English in Two-Year Colleges. MFA students are required to complete a creative thesis.
Admissions are made on a rolling basis; applications are due ten weeks before the start of each academic quarter. The application deadline for funding consideration is January 15.
Jessica Chiarella, Tim Hillegonds, Rita Leganski, Zhanna Slor, Ryan Van Meter