Texas State University MFA

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The Texas State University MFA Program at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, is a three-year graduate-level creative writing program in the United States. Fiction writer Doug Dorst is currently the director of the program. The faculty includes many award-winning writers.

It was cited by The New York Times as having the vision "to build a program that might rival the famed Iowa Writers' Workshop." Texas State's MFA program ranked 45th out of 131 full-residency graduate writing programs in the Poets & Writers survey for the application year 2012.[1]

The Front Porch Literary Journal is published by students of the program.

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Endowed chair in creative writing[edit]

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