Coetzee on the MFA writing world

Nobel Laureate J.M. Coetzee expresses concern about the university creative writing programs that leave graduating students “equipped to write novels and stories and plays for today’s literary market but not well informed about the history of these forms or about what has been achieved in the forms in the past.” (Via Bookninja, where your comments are welcome.)


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