Posts Tagged: MFA

Conversing with the contributors: Anna Leahy, Part 2

Niyousha writes: We’re interviewing some of the contributors of our most recent title, Studying Creative Writing – Successfully (ed. Stephanie Vanderslice) to celebrate the new publication. We kicked off the interview series with Garry Craig Powell. Our second interviewee is

Conversing with the contributors: Anna Leahy, Part 2

Niyousha writes: We’re interviewing some of the contributors of our most recent title, Studying Creative Writing – Successfully (ed. Stephanie Vanderslice) to celebrate the new publication. We kicked off the interview series with Garry Craig Powell. Our second interviewee is

Conversing with the contributors: Anna Leahy, Part 1

Niyousha writes: To celebrate the recent publication of Studying Creative Writing – Successfully (ed. Stephanie Vanderslice) and to give you a glimpse of what’s inside the book, we’re interviewing some of the contributors about how to study creative writing. We

Conversing with the contributors: Anna Leahy, Part 1

Niyousha writes: To celebrate the recent publication of Studying Creative Writing – Successfully (ed. Stephanie Vanderslice) and to give you a glimpse of what’s inside the book, we’re interviewing some of the contributors about how to study creative writing. We

Lessons from First Book Authors and Grad School Survivors

Anthony Haynes writes: The piece below by Ki Neal was first published on Ki’s blog, The enchanted sleep: a blog for writers and readers of fantasy (21 March). We’re delighted to be reblogging it here by kind permission from Ki. K.

Lessons from First Book Authors and Grad School Survivors

Anthony Haynes writes: The piece below by Ki Neal was first published on Ki’s blog, The enchanted sleep: a blog for writers and readers of fantasy (21 March). We’re delighted to be reblogging it here by kind permission from Ki. K.