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Online MFA in Creative Writing

This guide is intended to help you identify and locate scholarly and non-scholarly resources (books, articles, etc.) for the Online MFA in Creative Writing program.

Hello and welcome to the Research Guide for SNHU’s Online MFA in Creative Writing.

Here, you’ll find a treasure trove of both academic and professional resources to help guide you through the Online MFA in Creative Writing program, with resources for research, databases, and even plenty of links for pleasure reading.

In the “Reading as a Writer” section, you’ll find our collection of literature, including eBooks, short stories, and literary journals, as well as access to book reviews. We’ve collected a list of genre-specific professional writing organizations in the “Professional Organizations and Associations” sections for further support on writing and publishing within your genre. The “Career Resources” section includes field-related reading on a variety of writing career paths, and a link to SNHU Career. Struggling with writing, citing, or figuring out a pesky grammar rule? Check out our “Grammar and Writing Support” for real-time help.

The Research Guide is intended to be just one of many areas of support for you in the Online MFA. Catch up with your peers, stay on the pulse of industry trends, get help polishing your job package materials, and check out more resources in the Writer’s Community.

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