series, published every year since 1976, is one the most honored literary projects in America.
The writers featured in the annual anthology are selected from more than 8,000 entries, each nominated by magazine and small-press editors.
Graduate students also may work with individual instructors in independent study or on research projects.
Individuals pursuing graduate degrees with a creative writing emphasis may choose to produce a creative portfolio (MA) or a dissertation (Ph D) as partial fulfillment for a graduate degree in Arts and Humanities.
The School of Arts and Humanities at the University of Texas at Dallas offers an exceptional interdisciplinary course of study on both the graduate and the undergraduate levels.
Within the framework of this interdisciplinary program, students sample areas of academic and creative inquiry that are not usually included in traditionally-structured scholastic programs.Graduate students may choose a creative writing emphasis in their overall degree program, or they may take creative writing courses to fulfill degree requirements.They may also choose creative writing courses as electives. in English with a concentration in creative writing, an M. in creative writing, and an undergraduate major with a concentration in creative writing.Please look over our site, and thank you for your interest in creative writing at UNT.Our students and alumni have had book-length works and collections published by Alice James Books, Copper Canyon Press, Five Chapter Books, Four Way Books, Graywolf Press, Harper Perennial, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, New Issues Poetry Press, Penguin Press, St.Martin’s Press, Tin House Books, Riverhead, and University of Iowa Press, among others.Through workshops, independent studies, and literature courses, the faculty work with students to challenge their understanding of themselves as writers and to deepen and critically reflect on the aesthetic, ethical, and political assumptions behind their writing.The faculty and staff seek, above all else, to provide students with a community in which writers can flourish.Corey Marks Director of Creative Writing [email protected](940) 565-2126 Lisa Vining UNT Rilke Prize UNT Visiting Writers Series [email protected] receive notices about our upcoming events, please "Like" us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.For more details about the application process, please contact the department's Graduate Office: (940) 565-2273 _________________________________________________ Fall 2019 Special Event Donald Revell Reading and Q&A November 7, 2019 p.m.