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Beyond the Writing Handbook: Exploring All Library Resources for Writing Support: Creative Writing
This guide is a companion to a facultyThe LRC highlights resources to help support writing flag courses in the GC curriculum.
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"[This] MFA database includes information about low- and full-residency graduate creative writing programs in the United States and other English-speaking countries to help you decide where to apply." --Poets & Writers
"Graduate-level writing programs began to appear across the United States, booming particularly in the 1960s (corresponding with a surge in government funding for the arts), when respected and still-running programs like UNC-Greensboro, Brown University, the University of Oregon, and San Francisco State University began welcoming writing students and professional writers-turned-professors into the academic fold..."