Martin Ott, 2015 winner of Notre Dame’s Sandeen Prize, will read for the Notre Dame community on February 17, 2015! Come one, come all to the Hammes Bookstore at 7:30 pm! The reading is free and open to the public. About Martin Ott: In Underdays, Martin Ott writes a book about love and war in poems that […]
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Posted in Uncategorized on Dec 7th, 2015
I hope to see you all this Wednesday, December 9, 2015, at 7:30 PM in the Geddes Hall Coffee House to hear second year MFA candidates Suzi F. Garcia, Tony Messina, and Matt Pelkey read their creative works! Suzi F. Garcia, Tony Messina, and Matt Pelkey work across diverse and vibrant interests, bringing together boundaries commonly conceived […]
The Creative Writing Program is proud to present the second event of the fall 2015 MFA Graduate Reading Series! This reading will feature second year MFA student and fiction writer Bret Nye and second year MFA students and poets Nichole Riggs and Alethea Tusher. Come out to Debartolo 207 this Wednesday, November 18th, […]
true poets and artists know where language ends, which is why they go there… -John Yau Poet, critic, and professor John Yau of Rutgers University will read on Wednesday, November 11th, 2015 at the Hammes Bookstore on Notre Dame’s campus. Yau’s newest collection of poems, Further Adventures in the Monochrome, presses “language to its limit—not to mention […]
In one word the answer is TERMINAL! A Masters in Fine Arts is a terminal degree. A PhD is a terminal degree but a Masters degree is not equivalent to an MFA or a PhD. Wear, use, and remember the letters with pride.
Posted in Uncategorized on Feb 3rd, 2014
Sami Schalk ’10 told us about one major benefit to getting her MFA at Notre Dame: “I have been telling a lot of folks recently how much getting the MFA has benefited me in the dissertation writing process. I have no hang-ups about showing my work to people, writing or revising in ways that many […]
I quote our stunning faculty member, Joyelle McSweeney, “Fun as football is for all of us poets, can we maybe discard the idea that MFA programs are rivals trying to push each other out of the rankings, rather than allies trying to make as much space in this lousy world for writing and art as […]