Uncategorized | March 27, 2008
Craig Arnold, University of Wyoming creative writing professor, performs two passages from “Asunder,” a poem that he says “makes the sound of a heart being dropped and broken.” The poem appears in his second book, Made Flesh, which will be published by Ausable Press in Fall 2008. Arnold, who was recently awarded a Fulbright fellowship to Colombia, is currently working on “a book about volcanoes and the end of the world as we know it.” Read more.
The University of Wyoming’s Creative Writing Master of Fine Arts program is an intensive 40-hour studio degree in poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction. Special features include opportunities for interdisciplinary study, supported by a wide range of university departments, and a required professional internship on campus, in the community, or farther afield, ensuring the acquisition or polishing of “real-life” writing skills. The UW MFA program is “where art and practicality meet.”