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MFA in Writing For Children Blogs

on August 30, 2011

In July 2005, I earned my MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College.  While I was a student in the program, I traveled to Vermont two times a year to immerse myself in the world of children’s literature for ten days. We had faculty and graduate student readings, lectures, and workshops. Sometimes, I find myself missing some of the deep richness that came along with all of those lectures and discussions.

However, recently the faculty in the Vermont College Program have started a new blog.

Write at Your Own Risk

The blog also lists the faculty’s websites as well as other blogs which are related to the Vermont College Program, such as Through the Tollbooth which is a blog written by former Vermont College Students.

But, not all my former advisers still teach at Vermont College. Advisers such as Liza Ketchum and Lisa Jahn-Clough teach in the Hamlin MFA in Writing for Children Program. And, the good news is the Hamlin Faculty also has a blog:

The Storyteller’s Inkpot

So, if you get a chance, check out some of these blogs!


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