Would-be Poets Invited to Workshop at Drew
Award-winning faculty from Drew’s MFA program will offer free counsel and feedback to writers of all skill levels.
MADISON, N.J.—Drew University’s Master of Fine Arts in Poetry program will open its doors to the community on April 6 for a two-hour writing seminar facilitated by the program’s award-winning faculty. The event will also feature an information session on graduate-level study of poetry at Drew.
The free workshop, which will begin at 10:00 a.m., will allow participants to generate original poetry using poetic models and prompts from faculty facilitators. No prior experience is needed for participation.
The poetry workshop and MFA information session will be held in Mead Hall on Drew’s Madison campus. For more information or to register, please call the Office of Graduate Admissions at 973.408.3110. Participation is limited to the first 30 registrants.
About the MFA:
Founded in 2008, Drew University’s Master of Fine Arts in Poetry program combines the benefits of an award-winning faculty with the conveniences of a low-residency schedule. For two weeks each year, students come to campus for intensive study with our faculty of poets whose published works have received some of the world’s most prestigious distinctions. Throughout the remainder of the year, students complete their studies remotely, receiving regular guidance and feedback from the same faculty mentors. These luminaries include Gerald Stern, who was recently inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and Jean Valentine, who served as poet laureate for the State of New York from 2008 to 2010. For more information, please visit www.drew.edu/MFA.