Low-residency MFA programs (including The MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College) are the focus of a new article at Publisher’s Weekly:

For many people, traditional M.F.A. programs are impractical. Most graduate writing programs take two to three years to complete, and many award students teaching fellowships and/or positions on university-run publications that make keeping a full-time job difficult, if not downright impossible.

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