As many readers of this blog probably know, the University of Iowa MFA Program is considered by many people, for better or worse, as the premiere creative writing program in the United States. But what exactly would you learn as a student at Iowa?
In his August 8th post, Johannes Goransson discusses what he learned at Iowa as a student there a few years ago, and it's fascinating. For better or worse.
What do you think about it all? Leave a comment on his blog or one on mine.
Kevin Varrone's BOX SCORE: An Autobiography of Zeroes - [I'll be delivering this talk in Ottawa, Kansas on Friday. In the meantime, I highly recommend Kevin's book; I've read it a dozen times now, and it has rew...
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