Monthly Archives: November 2017

Considering "The Portable MFA"

November 17, 2017  |  Uncategorized

A friend of a friend is a veteran of an MFA program (not CSU), and is the sort of veteran not especially fond of her service. On hearing that I was going to apply, she sent along a book wrapped in butcher paper: “The Portable MFA.” In it, one finds in the way of introduction […]

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The Questions You Ask Me

November 4, 2017  |  Uncategorized

As a first year MFA student, I deal in questions–in applying pressure to moments fraught with emotion and seeing what that pressure reveals. Consider public spaces: forums for opening dialogue on culturally sensitive topics is an important step towards fostering community, civility, towards making all us of good and happy humans. This is an irrefutable […]

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