Nyu Creative Writing Major Requirements
Students are expected to produce a substantial manuscript by the end of the program, in the form of a novel, short-story collection, or book of poetry.
Fiction writers will work with faculty including Alice Mc Dermott and Brad Leithauser.
The campus is home to The Creative Writing Program at the University of Virginia is a two-year, residency MFA program.
It is only one aspect of a very distinguished English department that is home to a number of literary journals, notably New York University’s Creative Writing Program is located in the heart of Greenwich Village, a formative terrain in the development of American literature.
First-year students receive practical training by working as Editorial Assistants for The Writing Seminars is a two-year residency program.The faculty is of truly stellar quality, including the world-famous novelists E. Doctorow, Breyten Breytenbach, Zadie Smith, Junot Diaz, Mary Gaitskill, and Jonathan Safran Foer, as well as the equally distinguished poets Sharon Olds, Anne Carson, Charles Simic, and John Ashberry.The literary journal The Michener Center for Writers hosts an MFA in Writing Program on the University of Texas campus in Austin.The Program is a three-year, full-time residency program.The list of visiting faculty is a highly distinguished one, including such internationally recognized names as Colm Toibin, Tomaž Šalamun, Peter Carey, Denis Johnson, Richard Ford, and Jorie Graham.One of the most distinguished writers on the faculty is the internationally celebrated Kenyan novelist, Ngugi wa Thiong’o.The well-known American novelists Richard Ford, author of The MFA Program in Creative Writing is one of two creative writing programs offered by Cornell University’s English Department. Best known as the former American home of the great Russian-American novelist Vladimir Nabokov, today the English Department at Cornell is graced by the presence of one of our finest contemporary writers, Alison Lurie, author of (Random House, 1984), among many other distinguished novels.A: All incoming students to the Creative Writing Program receive Departmental Fellowships in the form of tuition scholarships.These fellowships offer at least half-tuition scholarships (8 credits per year) for both years, plus an undergraduate teaching position during the second year.The Michener Center generously funds all students out of a bequest by the highly popular American novelist James A.Michener, author of (Random House, 1980), and many other best-selling historical novels.