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Study Creative Nonfiction at QC MFA

The Queens College MFA Program in Creative Writing & Literary Translation is opening again for applications in creative nonfiction between April 5th and May 5th.

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Located in the most culturally and linguistically diverse county in the nation, the Queens College MFA program attracts students dedicated to crossing boundaries in genre, craft, and language. Queens College offers tracks in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and literary translation. Students exercise a role in building their writing community through residencies at the Louis Armstrong House Museum and the program’s national literary journal, Armstrong Literary.

Queens College also partners with Cave Canem, Hanging Loose Press, Kundiman, and the college’s ESL program. Teaching opportunities and scholarships are available.

All students study multiple genres and work with award-winning faculty dedicated to their success. In addition to a curricular commitment to excellence in craft, the program emphasizes professional opportunities for students in publishing, arts organizations, and education.

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