Writing Programs

Whether you’re looking for a creative writing program that leads to an associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree at a US or international school, and whether you want a residency or low-residency program, here you’ll find easily searchable listings of our selection of the most worthwhile programs. The listings include links to author bios and works by each program’s graduates and by current and former faculty members who are published in Narrative.


Format: 11/13/2019
Format: 11/13/2019
Lewis & Clark College

Lewis & Clark College

BA
PORTLAND, OR
Lewis & Clark College has one of the longest-standing creative writing programs in America. We’ve been teaching creative writing for over fifty years, since the earliest years of the discipline. Our faculty members have been recognized for excellence in teaching and have won some of the country’s most prestigious writing awards.
Narrative Author Faculty: Michael McGriff, Don Waters
Louisiana State University

Louisiana State University

MFA, BA
BATON ROUGE, LA
We offer a genre-flexible program of study designed for students who wish to engage in a dynamic exploration of the craft of creative writing. We prepare students for work in the literary arts, law, teaching, publishing, arts administration, writing for the entertainment industry, and other careers.
Narrative Author Graduates: Hannah Timmins Reed
Luther College

Luther College

BA
DECORAH, IA

Creative writing at Luther is messy, lovely, rigorous, alive. It means being immersed in a community of working writers—your classmates and your professor.
Narrative Author Graduates: Anna Lewis
Lycoming College

Lycoming College

BA
WILLIAMSPORT, PA
The Creative Writing major is designed for students who wish to continue their study beyond Lycoming in a Master of Fine Arts (MFA or MA) program, and/or for students who aspire to careers as professional writers, editors, publishers, teachers, and other related professions.
Narrative Author Faculty: Sascha Feinstein