You know you want to write. You know an MFA can transform your work. Here are 5 Things to Know about Manhattanville.
Three poets from the #BlackPoetsSpeakOut movement will launch our Spring 2017 Meet the Writers series in February. Check it out.
Readings, panels, a graphic novel workshop: we’ve got big plans for 2017. Check out our
events calendar and be part of our literary community.
‘It’s the professors from my classes that are so awesome and proactive! They’re always so tireless and willing to offer help and advice…’ — Celeste Lim
About the program
Manhattanville’s 36-credit Master of Fine Arts in creative writing program is open to graduates of accredited colleges and universities who demonstrate a strong potential in writing and critical thinking.
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Books and Coffee
Join us Saturday, Feb. 4, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.: Four Westchester Authors on Balancing Writing and Life Susie Schnall, Lynda Loigman, Dan Zevin, and Annabel Monghan have more than a dozen books, ten kids, four spouses and a few jobs between them and still they keep writing.
Spring 2017 Calendar
The MFA Creative Writing Program is pleased to present a series of readings, lectures, and events each semester. All events are held at Manhattanville College, 2900 Purchase Street, Purchase N.Y. Here’s our spring lineup: Saturday, Feb. 4, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Books and Coffee series/Panel and Q&A “The Writer’s Life: four Westchester authors on balancing …