Lunch Ticket 
Poetry: Jenny Factor
Fiction and nonfiction: Steve Heller, Bernadette Murphy
The program offers scholarships and grants.
Students attend two ten-day residencies each year, in June and December. The program offers a social justice focus and opportunities to work for the online literary journal Lunch Ticket. All students are required to conduct a community-focused field study.
The MFA Applications Screening Team begins reviewing applications on February 15, 2017, for the Summer/Fall 2017 semester and August 15, 2017, for the Winter/Spring 2018 Semester. Applications are accepted and reviewed until all seats are filled.
In addition to poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction, theprogram offers the opportunity to study in the genres of writing for young people and literary translation. Students also benefit from the opportunity to spend a semester at the MFA in Writing Contemporary Media at Antioch University Santa Barbara, studying writing for film and television, stage, radio, video games, and more.