If you are an aspiring writer or if writing brings you joy, you might want to consider a graduate degree in creative writing.
While creative writing degrees require analysis and dissection as a means of understanding texts, they differ from a literature degree in that they also teach the process and skill of writing. You could be a great writer and have developed your own style over the years, the work a creative writing degree will do for you is to understand the various tropes and tricks of language that other writers use as well as broaden your horizons and imagination as to the possibilities of the different kinds of writing you could generate.
Here’s what we’ll look at today:
- Career in creative writing
- List of the best creative writing masters programs