Stanford Mfa Creative Writing

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I've taken several online creative writing classes at Stanford--I really enjoyed Matthew Siegel's poetry class, I've taken several short story and one novel writing class and an MFA application course--all really helpful to prepare for an MFA program, learn to write and continue your writing process.The instructors often change but the school offers a syllabus and a list of required reading that you buy before the class starts.An online video from Meyer Library explains more about the project.

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MA, Psychology, San Diego State University; BS, Psychology, University of Illinois As the Student Success Coordinator for the Oregon Center of the Arts, Karen assists students with their transition to the university, advises on the general education courses needed, aligns student’s career goals with their academic majors, and helps create academic plans to plan for graduation.

She can help navigate the general education requirements for SOU, answer general questions about the major, and guide students to resources to help them to be successful. She spends much of her free time with the Curtain Climbers, a local Aerial Dance Company.

Silem Mohammad specializes in poetry, poetics, and non-fiction.

He received BAs in Literature and Classical Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1991 and a Ph D in English Literature from Stanford University in 1998.

He is the author of a book of stories, Redemption Center (2006).

His fiction has appeared in Blaze Vox, Fourteen Hills, and The Harvard Advocate and his songs have appeared on Sons of Anarchy, Lucifer, and Sasquatch: Mountain Man and on movies and shows in Australia, Canada, Denmark, Norway, Singapore, Brazil, Sweden, and elsewhere.One of Tom’s articles “The Dreaded Middle” helps writers get out of the novel-writing doldrums.Ph D, English Literature, Stanford University, 1998; BA, Literature, UC Santa Cruz, 1991; BA, Classical Studies, UC Santa Cruz, 1991 K.An interview with The Stanford Daily explains more about Tom’s teaching and writing.Tom’s collection of short stories, Thieves I’ve Known, won the 2012 Flannery O’Connor Award.826 Valencia is dedicated to supporting students ages 6-18 with their writing skills, and to helping teachers get their students excited about the literary arts.One of my nonfiction works “826 Valencia Days” explains more about the tutoring center, the tutors, and the kids.Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The Metropolitan Opera, National Endowment for the Arts, New York City Opera, Corcoran Museum of Art, Museum of Performance & Design, California Center for the Arts in Escondido, and Washington Bach Consort.MFA, Rhode Island School of Design, 2006; BFA, New York State College of Ceramics, Alfred University, 1999 Professor Strangfeld teaches courses in Ceramics, Spatial Studies, and Art Foundations at SOU.Tom’s book The Creative Writing MFA Handbook had a significant impact on the way students approach graduate programs.His MFA Blog is still a very popular hub for potential students, and his writings on the subject of MFAs has appeared in Poets & Writers and The Writer.


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