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Is Houston the Starting Point for the Next Great American Writers?

The University of Houston’s MFA program in creative writing is one of the more prestigious programs in the country. And that may be just one of several reasons Houston might be an attractive starting point for the next generation of American writers. To discuss whether Houston plays a role in shepherding young writers, we’re joined […]

The University of Houston’s MFA program in creative writing is one of the more prestigious programs in the country. And that may be just one of several reasons Houston might be an attractive starting point for the next generation of American writers.

To discuss whether Houston plays a role in shepherding young writers, we’re joined by two guests: Rich Levy is a Houston area poet and Executive Director of the literary arts organization Inprint; and Zach Martin edits the UH creative writing program’s literary magazine Gulf Coast.

More: Houston Literary Magazine Gulf Coast Merges with Art Lies Journal

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