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: 11/20/2019
Format: 11/20/2019
Ramapo College

Ramapo College

BA
MAHWAH, NJ
The Creative Writing Program in the Salameno School of Humanities and Global Studies seeks to develop promising writers. Features of the program include small classes/workshops, cocurricular opportunities, such as the campus literary magazine, and Readings at Ramapo Visiting Writers Series.
Narrative Author Faculty: Moriah Cohen
Randolph College

Randolph College

MFA
LYNCHBURG, VA
The Randolph College M.F.A. is a two-year, intensive program offering degrees in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. During the two years, students attend five 10-day Residency Sessions, one beginning each semester, as well as a final graduation residency at the end of the fourth semester. After the residencies, each student works with one faculty mentor for 20 weeks, completing original new writing, revising works in progress, and writing critical analysis essays.
Narrative Author Faculty: Kaveh Akbar
Regis University MFA in Creative Writing

Regis University

BA, MFA
DENVER, CO
The MFA at Regis University is a two-year terminal degree that will provide students with one-on-one instruction in fiction (literary, young-adult, or fantasy), creative nonfiction, writing for performance, poetry, or the graphic novel, along with theory and craft lessons, workshops, seminars, and readings by accomplished authors, as well as guidance on the practical and professional aspects of writing.
Narrative Author Graduates: Amber Adams
Roanoke College

Roanoke College

BA
SALEM, VA
The Creative Writing major prepares students for graduate work in creative writing or literature, and for careers requiring excellent writing skills and creative thinking, such as advertising, film and television, editing and publishing, technical writing, Web writing, speech writing, law careers, and more
Narrative Author Faculty: Adrian Blevins