Announcing the Summer Writers’ Weekend 2015 faculty: Patricia Smith, Jeffery Renard Allen & Mike Davis!
Prof. Joanna Herman’s new book, No Longer and Not Yet, reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail. Read all about it here.
Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts is teaching Creative Nonfiction Workshop for us this spring. In the meantime, she’s writing pieces like this for The New York Times Magazine.
MFA student Shane Cashman named a runner-up in Gigantic Magazine’s fiction contest. Congrats Shane!!
“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.
Recently in the Review
I’d like my last supper in my carport, beach chairs and all
S. Frederic Liss
Summer Writers’ Weekend 2015
An opportunity to spend an intensive weekend working closely with some of the country’s finest writers and teachers of writing. This year, enjoy workshops in Fiction, Poetry, and Creative Nonfiction.
Masters at Work: A Reading
May 13, 7pm / East Library
A reading and celebration featuring Manhattanville’s talented MFA graduates.