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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.)

  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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