Catherine Fogarty remembers feeling not quite ready for prime time the day she arrived to begin her first summer residency in the University of King’s College’s MFA in Creative Nonfiction program in 2016.
In November 2018, Nellwyn Lampert was on her way to a writing retreat in the south of France, which had been recommended to her by a fellow graduate of the University of King’s College Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction program.
Award-winning writer and editor Alicia Elliott will talk about and read from A Mind Spread Out on the Ground, her much-praised new collection of essays, during a public event at the Halifax Central Library on Wednesday, August 7, 2019.
And the winner of the first Penguin Random House Prize for Best Nonfiction Proposal is Stacey McLeod, who will graduate this week from the University of King’s College with her Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction degree.
The University of King’s College MFA in Creative Nonfiction program — which is welcoming its largest incoming class ever — has a new mentor. Gillian Turnbull will be joining the mentor team to work with students in the Class of 2021 cohort.
The University of King’s College MFA in Creative Nonfiction program is pleased to announce that Cooper Lee Bombardier will be our MFA mentor apprentice for 2019-20.
The minute she looked at the University of King’s College’s MFA in Creative Nonfiction program, Canadian writer Mary Jane Grant says, “I knew it was for me.”