posted on Sep, 18 2013 @ 01:56 PM
reply to post by werewolf99
A few thoughts:
1. Most degree programs have residency requirements, meaning you have to spend x amount of time taking y amount of credits at the program to get a
degree. Some MFA programs are low residency, meaning you show up once a semester, but you still got to do it.
2. Have these books actually been published or just written? If published, (and not just self-published, but someone paid you for it) that will
matter a lot more than just having some scripts done.
3. Why do you want a creative writing degree? An MFA will allow you to teach at most universities, but it really won't help you get published. If
you just want to get published, then I would keep writing and keep submitting the work.