The MFA in Creative Writing program at Carlow University is a unique, international, low-residency program where students meet for four intensive residencies, two in Pittsburgh, PA in January and two in Ireland in June. Students in our program have the opportunity to refine and explore their writing through concentrations in fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction under the guidance of award-winning American and Irish mentors. It provides boundless opportunities in which students work closely and rigorously with internationally-renowned writers, but is still designed for those who juggle various obligations while aspiring to become better writers.
To learn more about the MFA program or to apply online, please visit the MFA page on the Carlow website, contact the MFA office at 412.578.6363, or email the director, Dr. Ellie Wymard, at email@example.com.
Trinity College Dublin will be the home for the 2013 June MFA residency.
Great writers such as Oscar Wilde, Johnathan Swift and Samuel Beckett
have studied at Trinity. Dublin is the home of the world's best known
writers: James Joyce, William Trevor, John Mc Gahern, Edna O'Brien,
Colm Toibin, Roddy Doyle and Anne Enright.
Students will experience the
inspiration of Dublin's rich literary history and intellectual
traditions by studying with Ireland's current generation of acclaimed
For more information, please visit the City of Dublin's website.
(dates are subject to change) Depart for Dublin - TBD Arrive in Dublin - TBD End of program - TBDProgram is 11 days.