Iowa State University is home to a thriving community of writers. Students have the opportunity to study creative writing at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Please follow links for information on the MFA Program in Creative Writing and Environment; the Eco-Voices Reading Series events, including the 10th Symposium on Wildness, Wilderness, and the Environmental Imagination; the Pearl Hogrefe Creative Writing Fellowship; the Everett Casey Nature Center and Reserve; and Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment.
10th Symposium on Wildness, Wilderness & the Environmental Imagination
Spring 2014 Creative Writing Readings/Events
Iowa State University’s three-year MFA program in Creative Writing and Environment emphasizes study in creative writing—poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and drama—that encourages writers to identify and explore in their stories and lyric impressions the complex influences of place, the natural world, and the environmental imagination.
Links of Interest
- Eco-Voices: A Reading Series on the Environmental Imagination
- Iowa State Center Performing Arts Series
- University Lecture Series
- University Museums
- Music & Films
- ISU Dance
- Ames Farmer’s Market
- Wheatsfield Cooperative Grocery
- Ames Public Library
- Octagon Center for the Arts
- Prairie Moon Winery