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A nationally renowned special collections library and archive, academic and community resource and sponsor of numerous outreach programs, including its distinguished Visiting Poets and Writers Reading Series, the Poetry Center has become one of the foremost literary arts centers in America.
The mission of Casa Libre en la Solana is to support and enhance the creativity of professional and novice writers by providing uninterrupted time for work through residency programs; and to provide a venue for classes, readings, and other professional development opportunities.
A collective of poets, literary critics, and practitioners of other art forms who have joined together in Tucson, Arizona. As a federally-recognized, non-profit organization, POG promotes active appreciation of and engagement with avant-garde artistic work in a variety of media.
Offers prospective graduate students an in-depth preview of low-residency creative writing MFA programs. The guide also clarifies the application process and offers application tips from program directors and alumni. It also considers funding, program structures, and unique opportunities such as editorships and assistantships.
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