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Katie Jordon is currently pursuing her MFA in creative writing at Guelph Humber University. Her writing has appeared in Other VoicesContemporary Verse 2Influency SalonPrairie Fire and Misunderstandings Magazine.
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Sign in Already have an account? Go To Topic Listing Literary. SETS professors Pablo Ramirez and Michelle Elleray discuss the new initiative.Why Not to Get an MFA
The University of Guelph recently announced that it will be offering a new creative writing minor starting in the fall semester. A Master of Fine Arts MFA program is offered through the Guelph-Humber guelph in Toronto, but undergraduate students have had limited creative writing course humber until now.
A number of brand new creative writing workshops, as well as reinvigorated courses, will start to roll out throughout the next academic year, thanks to the writing of faculty from the School of English and Theatre Studies SETS mfa, including Pablo Ramirez, Creative Elleray, Dionne Brand, Ann Wilson, Sofie Lachapelle, and Alan Filewod, as well as the coordinator of the Guelph-Humber MFA program, Catherine Bush.
The Ontarion had the opportunity to sit down for an interview with Prof. Ramirez, as well as coordinate a separate interview with Prof.
Michelle Elleray was volunteering at the Parkdale Project which takes MFA students and brings them to the local high school and elementary school to help teach them creative writing.
So she was volunteering there and she thought it would be a great idea to somehow create a closer connection between SETS and the Guelph-Humber MFA program.
So I felt that there was enough talent here both in the faculty and in the student body to create a really exciting creative writing minor. A creative writing minor and hopefully one day, major seemed like a missing link: Now they can be taught skills in creating compelling narratives, then have those skills recognized on their transcript.
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How long has this project been in the works? Have there been any complications? Creating a minor is a very lengthy project.
We began back in lateearly and we worked in the summer consulting with various members of the Guelph writing MFA program—with Dionne Brand as well.