Manhattan + Southampton = MFA
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The Stony Brook Southampton MFA programs in Creative Writing and Literature and Theatre are pleased to announce the Manhattan Track for talented writers seeking advanced training in fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, essay, memoir, directing, playwriting, screenwriting, and acting.
Students accepted into the program may earn an MFA degree by combining coursework at the Manhattan facility during fall and spring terms, and at the Southampton campus during summer by participating in the prestigious Southampton Writers Conferences and International Theatre Workshops. Coursework in Southampton during the fall and/or spring terms is required for the Theatre degree. See Academics for Theatre requirements.
To accommodate our diverse community of writers, we offer flexible course schedules and innovative course design, including weekend intensives, independent study, and regular evening workshops. Members of the MFA program also have an opportunity to receive training in publishing and editing by working on our highly regarded journal The Southampton Review. In Manhattan as in Southampton, our faculty members are known not only for their writing, but also for their careful attention to the work of our students.
We also invite applications from qualified writers who wish to participate as non-matriculated students. Current students in our program display a range of interests and experience; they include recent college graduates, post-career professionals, working journalists, secondary school teachers, editors, and professors seeking to make a transition from scholarly to creative writing. We welcome all who seek instruction that is friendly, rigorous, professionally useful, and intellectually challenging.
For more information about admission to Manhattan + Southampton MFA, please contact: email@example.com
Stony Brook Manhattan
101-113 East 27th St., (midway between Park Avenue South and Lexington)