Even though I have no interest whatsoever in getting an MFA in creative writing any time soon, Tom Kealey invited me to be a contributor to his MFA Blog on matters concerning comics and where one might go to study them. (Funny enough, Kealey’s great book, The Creative Writing MFA Handbook, was a big help in convincing me not to go for my MFA!) My first posts were on The Center for Cartoon Studies and marriage advice for writers. I really like Tom’s writing, and the MFA Blog has some helpful stuff for people interested in getting their MFA. (It also has a bit of the crap you’d expect from whiny English graduate students, but I won’t be too negative.) I applaud anybody who helps folks navigate those murky waters of MFA-land!
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