Author/Chef Dan Barber and Aria Beth Sloss made our Food Justice Festival great. If you missed it, we’ve got pictures!
Missed the Food Justice Festival? We’ve got you covered. You can watch the whole event here on our website.
You know you want to write. You know an MFA can transform your work. Here are 5 Things to Know about Manhattanville.
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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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Join us on Monday, Dec.11, 7 p.m: Program Dinner Celebrate the end of the semester with Program Director Lori Soderlind, who will make her world-famous vegetarian chili and will also make you read a poem. Barat House Open to current students, faculty, and alumni. Participation encouraged!! ***Please Note: The date was originally Dec. 4th but …
Spring 2018 Events Calendar
The MFA program sponsors workshops, a reading series, and more. Most events are open to the public and alumni and current students are encouraged to attend. JANUARY: Fridays, beginning Jan. 5, 1 p.m. (Meets Every Friday) River River Friday Writing Workshop Join writers from the region in this generative workshop led by RiverRiver organizer and …
Manhattanville’s BA to MFA Accelerated Program
FOR STUDENTS WHO LOVE TO WRITE… Manhattanville College’s accelerated BA/MFA Creative Writing Program allows a select group of highly qualified undergraduate students to begin taking graduate-level Creative Writing classes the summer before their senior year. After graduating with a BA in English/Creative Writing, these students may complete the MFA Creative Writing degree in as little …