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Master of Professional Writing Program

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Master of Professional Writing Program

The Master of Professional Writing Program is a graduate degree program in professional writing. Chatham University in Pennsylvania has an online MPW program. The University of Southern California's MPW program will be closing in May 2016.

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Notable alumni of the USC program

  • Mark Andrus, author of As Good as It Gets and Life as a House
  • Margaret Davis, author of biographies of Mulholland and Doheny
  • Todd Brendan Fahey, author of Wisdom's Maw
  • Charlotte Laws, author and animal rights advocate
  • EM Lewis - playwright
  • Sandra Tsing Loh, radio commentator and author
  • Gina Nahai - author of Cry of the Peacock
  • Greg Rucka, writer of novels and comic books
  • Ann Seaman, author of biographies of Jimmy Swaggart and Madalyn O'Hair
  • Lee Wochner, playwright
  • Millicent Borges Accardi, National Endowment for the Arts winner poet
  • Notable faculty, past and present, of the USC program

  • Shelley Berman - humor writing
  • Nan Cohen - poetry
  • Syd Field - screenwriting
  • Janet Fitch - fiction
  • Noel Riley Fitch - non-fiction
  • Donald Freed - playwriting
  • Amy Gerstler- poetry
  • Dana Goodyear- non-fiction
  • Janet Irvin - fiction
  • Irvin Kershner - cinema/TV
  • Jerome Lawrence - playwriting
  • Dinah Lenney - non-fiction
  • Gerald Locklin - poetry, fiction
  • Larry the Cable Guy - cinema/TV
  • MG Lord - non-fiction
  • Shelly Lowenkopf - fiction, publishing
  • David Scott Milton - playwriting
  • Gina Nahai - fiction
  • Gabrielle Pina - fiction
  • Robert Pirosh - cinema/TV
  • James Ragan - poetry, director for 25 years
  • John Rechy - fiction
  • Aram Saroyan - poetry, fiction
  • Hubert Selby Jr. - fiction
  • Melville Shavelson - cinema/TV
  • Gay Talese - non-fiction
  • Shirley Thomas - technical writing
  • Kenneth Turan - film
  • Lee Wochner, playwriting
  • Richard Yates - fiction
  • References

    Master of Professional Writing Program Wikipedia


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