Most poets who receive a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing in the United States usually pursue one of two interconnected fields: publishing or academia. While these careers are related, the paths are different in the skills they require.
Have you ever thought about how your writing space may be affecting your work? Distractions, writer’s block, negativity, and more can wreak havoc on our writing environment and make it challenging to put pen to paper. But don’t worry—there are
Films transport us to exotic places and distant time periods where we can experience life through the eyes of our favorite characters. Watching them can be an escape from our COVID-19 reality and a stress reliever in these challenging times.
This year hasn’t looked anything like what we thought it would. So much has changed, and so much will continue to change as we enter a new season. Whether you are feeling nostalgic to see summer end or excited and
Recently, both controversy and curiosity swept across social media when four-year-old Nadim Shamma-Sourgen landed a book deal with British children’s book publisher Walter Books. Shamma-Sourgen, who hasn’t yet learned how to physically write, dictates his poems to his mother. With
A new month means making room on your shelf for great new reads. September promises plenty of intriguing titles, from a beloved celebrity’s poetry debut to much-anticipated collections from two former U.S. Poet Laureates. With subject matter spanning romance, race,
The Enneagram has become a popular method of understanding both others and ourselves. Comprised of nine personality types, the Enneagram system revolves around the idea that each type has a central worldview that informs their thoughts, actions, goals, and relationships.