Friday, November 19, 2010

Some roads are narrow

...and the curves blind. Then add winter.

This pic was taken along the Phantom Lake road this afternoon. I've been down this road countless times, but never noticed those letters on the rock before. They look like they've been there a long time. They could stand for anything.

I just checked out the new Master of Fine Arts in Writing program offered by the University of Saskatchewan. It's great to see the entry requirements take into account participation in the Banff School of Fine Arts, the Sage Hill Writing Experience and the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild programs. I haven't been to Banff, but I know Sage Hill and the SWG offer top-notch workshop, colloquium and mentorship experiences. The faculty for the MFA isn't listed yet, but the U of S has plenty of impressive writers in their ranks, so it's bound to be a fine program.

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