A feature story in Poets & Writers magazine highlighted UAA’s Master of Fine Arts program in creative writing in the most recent (Sept./Oct. 2013) issue. UAA’s program was listed among 26 popular low-residency programs in the U.S., in part due to the number of program alumni who were awarded competitive creative writing fellowships after graduation.
We’ve profiled several notable M.F.A. alums in the past and in light of the program’s growing reputation, we thought it might be time to dust off some of their stories and bring these amazing I AM UAA alums together for an online reunion. Take a second look at:
Elizabeth Bradfield, M.F.A. ’05
Poet, Stegner Fellow and founder of Broadsided Press
Arlitia Jones, M.F.A. ’95
Playwright, poet and butcher shop business maven
Don Rearden, M.F.A. ’05
Novelist, screenwriter and INNOVATE Award winner
Dawnell Smith, M.F.A. ’08
Nonfiction writer, art community leader and roller derby girl
For more information about UAA’s low-residency M.F.A. program, visit their website.