TINGE Magazine, Temple University’s online literary journal, is usually published twice a year, in the Spring (May) and in the Fall (December).
M.F.A. PROGRAM IN CREATIVE WRITING
Temple University offers an M.F.A. degree in Creative Writing, with a focus on either fiction or poetry.
The writing component of the two-year M.F.A. degree features small, intensive workshops in poetry or fiction, supplemented in the second year by one-on-one tutorials with resident faculty. Students engage in the historical and formal study of the genres of fiction and poetry by choosing from a selection of graduate courses in English and American literature.
The curriculum includes special topics classes in creative writing, courses in the craft of fiction and poetry, and a creative thesis in the second year. A series of readings from prominent visiting writers and intensive week-long consultations with writers-in-residence augment the coursework.
A limited number of fellowships and teaching assistantships are available. The deadline for application is December 15 for consideration for financial aid, and February 1 for final admission.
Fiction Faculty: Mary Gaitskill, Don Lee, Joan Mellen, and Alan Singer
Poetry Faculty: Jena Osman and Brian Teare
M.F.A. Program in Creative Writing
Dept. of English
1114 Polett Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19122
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