University of King's College
The two-year MFA program in Halifax, Nova Scotia, is the first of its kind in Canada. Focused solely on creative nonfiction, the program is offered on a low-residency model with summer and winter residencies. Through the fall and winter terms, students work one-on-one with their mentors. In the summer, students, mentors, and faculty gather at the King's campus for ten full days. Students participate in everything from workshops and one-on-one meetings with their mentors to readings, discussions, panels, and talks by faculty, mentors, and guests. It's a rich, busy, full time. In 2020 all this was translated to an online format. While there's nothing to replace being together in a tangible way, somehow—remarkably—much of the good feeling of sharing thoughts and time with fellow lovers of nonfiction made it through the screens and into our respective homes.
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