Tag Archives: MFA

Murphy’s Laws: 46 Infallible Observations on the Occasion of Turning 46

After 46 spins around the sun, you probably haven’t had an especially worthwhile time if you don’t have some opinions you’re willing to stand by. Continue reading

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The Give and Take of Grief

Anna Leahy on fate, guilt, grief, and the death of the writer Lucy Grealy. Continue reading

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The Science of Imaginary Solutions

Jack Christian, up late at night and awake, tackles the nuances of Pataphysics. And the MFA. And PBR. Continue reading

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Point/Counterpoint: Sean Beaudoin vs. Jess Walter

Take a front row seat for this exciting, no-holds-barred game of style and wit, in which eight topics of the day are parsed, thrust, and parried as you listen to the intellectual steel clang! Continue reading

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Can Dungeons & Dragons Help You Write Your Novel?

Some people consider D&D to be the pursuit of anti-social high schoolers and thirty-year-old virgins. Are they correct? This author argues that D&D didn’t only help him write his first novel. It gave him a methodology. Continue reading

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