Students edit and produce the literary journal Oyez Review, which publishes the work of writers from all over the world.
Our connections provide ample opportunities for internships, mentoring and being in close proximity to working writers.
The faculty, published authors themselves, draw on their extensive networks to bring in writers to read their work and teach graduate workshops, including Gina Frangello, Tim Kinsella, Bayo Ojikutu and Suzanne Scanlon.
Internship course options in literary magazine, small press publishing, in the community, teaching literature, teaching creative writing, teaching English composition.
"The MFA program in creative writing gave me a community of writers, instruction from teachers who were leading creative lives, and the time I needed to figure out what kind of writer I was. At Roosevelt, I developed the discipline necessary to write a novel and also the ability to be my own best editor."