MFA Creative Nonfiction News
Jeff Kunerth (2010) and Tom French's wife Kelley Benham were named finalists for 2013 Pulitzer Prizes.[full story]
Click to view the Master of Arts in Creative Nonfiction Academic Catalog (PDF).[full story]
MFA alumni have published six books in the past six months, and they are reaping incredible reviews.[full story]
Michael Capuzzo's (2011) New York Times bestseller Close to Shore has been optioned by director David O. Russell (Three Kings, The Fighter). In its review of the book, the New Yorker called it an "adventure classic" with "artistry reminiscent of Stephen Crane." People magazine named it one of the Top Ten Book of the Year when it was published in 2002.[full story]
The Book Proposal (CNF 633) provides students with the opportunity to draft a book proposal for their MFA manuscript under the one-on-one supervision of a writing professional with publishing experience.
Research & Reporting (CNF 625) allows students to conduct in-depth research, reporting, and interviews under the one-on-one supervision of an MFA faculty member or another writing professional.
The Reported Memoir (CNF 635) lets students conduct in-depth research and interviews under the one-on-one supervision of an MFA faculty member or another writing professional familiar with the various databases, documents, and resources that can provide material to both enrich a memoir and enable students to verify the accuracy of their material.
The Teaching Internship (CNF 645) offers second-year MFA students the opportunity to gain teaching experience in Goucher's undergraduate creative nonfiction writing courses.
For more information, visit our website: www.goucher.edu/mfa.