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While there, you’ll see this lovely review from Midwest Book Review:
A Master of Fine Arts degree is something quite prestigious to achieve, but it isn't always easy to cease your career to pursue it. The Low-Residency MFA Handbook: A Guide for Prospective Creative Writing Students is an advisory for those who are pursuing their MFA and want to use the low-residency route to this level of degree. Made up of several brief residencies throughout the pursuit, Lori A. May fully describes what is required for to make this work, drawing on those who have experienced this on their route to their MFA. The Low-Residency MFA Handbook is a must for anyone trying to push their creative writing educational credentials to the next level.If you've been thinking about whether a low-res program might be for you -- or you know someone thinking about his/her own writing ambitions -- I hope you'll pick up The Low-Residency MFA Handbook to aid in your research and let me know what you think!