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Meet Daniel Anderson

Daniel Anderson is a writer and serves on faculty in the Creative Writing Program at the University of Oregon. His work has appeared in Harper’s, The New Republic, Yale Review, Southern Review, New England Review, and The Kenyon Review, among other publications. He has held teaching appointments at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kenyon College, Sewanee, and the University of Alabama at Birmingham. A past recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Bogliasco Foundation, he divides his time between Eugene, Oregon and Duluth, Minnesota.

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Creative Writing BFA

The Creative Writing (BFA) program will afford students opportunities to work with many genres of writing: poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and screenwriting in studio/workshop settings. Students will also study literature, language, and fine & performing arts as part of the curriculum. Coursework will expose students to a wide array of writing and will engender critical discussion on content and the specific ways that craft can enhance or resolve problems in their work. These classes are taught in a supportive, yet constructively critical workshop format that builds the kind of community conducive to a successful learning and writing experience. The BFA program and faculty will prepare and mentor graduates in the pursuit of serious writing careers and/or postgraduate study. In addition to coursework, students will have the opportunity to share and perfect their craft in reading groups, open mic forums, internship/editing experiences with the Talking River Review (a literary magazine), internships at the Writing Center, and/or as writers/editors for the campus newspaper (The Pathfinder).