Some Essential Skills for Leaving the MFA
May, 07 2018 | one response
By Colorado Review Associate Editor David Mucklow The end of the MFA is an inevitably strange experience, full of sort of empty landmarks of finality: turning in your thesis, defending your thesis, writing your last paper, grading your last paper, attending your last class, having your thesis formally accepted by the graduate school (a task […]
Working to Write or Writing to Work?
Apr, 02 2015 | no responses
By Bryan C. Johnson, Colorado Review Associate Editor As I approach the end of my MFA experience, I’ve been thinking more and more about what my writing life will look like post-degree. For the past three years, I’ve had a decent amount of free time (I’m not an adjunct, or I would have no free […]