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Low-Residency Round Table

January 9, 2012

Brought to my attention by my friend and fellow writer Cheryl Wilder, here’s an interesting discussion of low-residency MFA programs, set against the larger conversation about MFA programs in general. Cheryl and the three other participants, brought together by The Hinge Literary Center in North Carolina, offer a thorough review of everything: the nitty-gritty of how these programs work, what benefits and potential drawbacks are inherent to a low-residency program, tuition, community, etc. I would send this link to anyone interested in attending an MFA program, low-res or not! (Plus, Cheryl paints a picture of VCFA that rings so true to me and the other Vermonters with whom I’ve become close friends, thanks to our experience together on the hill.)

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  1. Cheryl Wilder permalink

    You’re the sweetest, Suzanne! It was great fun to learn the ins-and-outs of other programs. So happy the hill is now a floating house 🙂

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