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  • I don't have an MFA. My bachelor's degree is in journalism and my master's degree is i...it comes to fiction writing, I think the school of life is as important as any mode of formal education. That sai...
  • Hi Everyone  - I don't remember when I signed up with She Writes but I didn't start pa...lso new to a course like this.  What has drawn me to it is that I am in crisis mode right now.  I find it difficu...
  • I spoke with an agent last weekend at a local writer's conference in Northern California; he was clear that even though he might want to see a proposal and sample page...

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    Emily Burton is a freelance writer interested in healthy living, family life and interior design. She graduated from college with an interior design degree, working as...
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    hello, my name is charlotte talley, I have been writing for 10 years(nothing publish yet). i like to write short stories, and scripts. i am in the process of starting...
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  • Congratulations, Lori! You're now a 360 degree author (fiction and non fiction) I am forcing myself to wait til tonight to dive back into Substitute Me. Warning: Lori'...
  • Hi Michelle: I agree with a lot of what you say. Most of it actually. But I DID get  my MFA, and I can't take it back. I took student loans to live on plus pay for tui...
  • I find Suzanne Linn Kamata post hard to believe - 4 novels and over 100 published essa...should have her own school. I got my MFA in the year 2000. Yes, by current MFA models that makes me a literary di...