Graduate Courses

Graduate Courses, Fall 2014

Fiction Workshop I (Revision)

CAS EN 503, A1
Tuesdays 3:15 – 5:15
Sigrid Nunez

Poetry Workshop I

CAS EN 505, A1
Tuesdays 10 AM -12 noon
Dan Chiasson

Creative Writing: Fiction

CAS EN 507, A1
Thursdays 5:15 – 8
Leslie Epstein

Creative Writing: Poetry

CAS EN 508, A1
Thursdays 2:00 – 4:00
Karl Kirchwey

All graduate workshops meet in Room 222, 236 Bay State Road.

These courses are reserved for MFA students. It is not typical for undergraduates or graduate students enrolled elsewhere in the university to be accepted into one of our graduate workshops. That being said, it does happen in rare instances, provided that space is available. For students looking to be granted admission to any of the graduate workshops, the procedure is essentially the same as it is for the advanced undergraduate courses. We do ask, however, that you submit your work at least several weeks prior to the start of the semester to allow the professor extra time to consider it.

An overview
of the program

The Director's letter

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The Global Fellowships

Our MFA students have the opportunity to live, write, and explore for up to three months, anywhere in the world.

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The Legacy
of Room 222

Read about our two most celebrated workshops

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