The Master of Fine Arts at West Virginia University is a three-year program that combines work in a primary genre and at least one other genre with course offerings in literature, pedagogy and professional writing and editing. Genres include fiction, nonfiction and poetry. All Master of Fine Arts students receive a full tuition waiver and an assistantship, which includes a stipend valued at $16,750.


Core Faculty Includes:

Poetry: Jenny Johnson, Mary Ann Samyn Fiction: Mark Brazaitis, Glenn Taylor Nonfiction: Christa Parravani, Anthony Swofford

Program Type

West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV 26506-6296

Submission Guidelines

Writing Sample: 10 to 15 pages of poetry, 20 to 30 pages of fiction, 20 to 30 pages of creative nonfiction

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