Exploring the MFA at Solstice

It’s been a tough year in a number of ways, and I haven’t done what I wanted to in this space. I have ideas for a number of posts about writing. I’ll get to them, I hope.

When I was at the Solstice residency, I was sparking with thoughts about writing and reading. That’s the way residencies work. You’re surrounded for a brief time, and you’re lifted into places you didn’t expect.

It’s that time again when we’re reading applications. There are also information sessions for those who want to find out more about the program. If you’re thinking about MFA programs, feel free to reach out or to attend one of the information sessions.

To leave you with some inspiration, I may be late to the party but if you are too, you should check out Thistlefoot by GennaRose Nethercott. I’m really loving it. I’m also loving this surge of fantasy novels that are fairy tale inspired and more strange and more personal than epic.

Once upon a time, a girl strayed off the path she’d been told to stay on . . .

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