Whether you’ve got the seed of a book idea, a file full of preliminary research or simply a growing desire to tackle a bigger project, this 90-minute panel from the University of King’s College MFA in Creative Nonfiction program can help you figure out what your next steps should be. (Spoiler: Yes, an MFA program can help, and yes, you can do it on your own as well.) Join MFA alumni Gregor Craigie, Laura Pratt, Marilyn Carr, Christian Smith, and Susan MacLeod for a session on transitioning into book writing from another career.
Panelists will bring perspectives from various fields – journalism, research, academia, communications, and freelance – in sharing their stories of earning an MFA in Creative Nonfiction and publishing the manuscripts they developed in their time at King’s. Ideal if you’re interested in the MFA program—and useful even to those who wish to pursue a book project independently.
Register for this free online webinar. You will receive a link before the event.
Are you excited to explore the MFA programs in more depth? Meet the faculty at an upcoming Meet & Greet event for the MFA in Fiction or the MFA in Creative Nonfiction