Thursday, June 19, 2008

Lisa Romeo, (soon-to-be) MFA

Lisa Romeo is about to complete the Stonecoast/University of Southern Maine low-res MFA program (congratulations, Lisa!). She was recently interviewed for a Wall Street Journal article on the subject of "attending graduate school in midlife" (that's Lisa's description). She has linked to that article at her blog.

But even better are the interview outtakes Lisa has posted. With her characteristic clarity and insight, Lisa shares some personal perspectives on contemplating, beginning, and completing MFA studies once you've been out of school for awhile. It's all really worthwhile reading, exactly what I've come to expect from Lisa and her blog. Check it out here.


Lisa R. said...

Wow, Erika! Thanks for your kind words. I'm almost speechless because yours is one of the (few) blogs I look to for that sense of clarity and worthwhile reading.

Hope the readers your post will send over (it's always a lot) will be equally satisfied.

Erika D. said...

We are a mutual admiration society!