This collection includes Capstone Theses submitted by Hamline Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (MFA) students. Capstones are the culminating degree work of the MFA program. Student projects may be creative nonfiction, poetry, fiction, or hybrid/multi-genre projects. Most capstones are not complete, book-length works, but are somewhat shorter projects that are revised in response to thorough feedback from the thesis committee to demonstrate mastery of the elements of the craft in the project's genre.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2018

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Learn to Speak Japanese in Three Excruciating Steps, Jason A. Bock

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Sequela: Stories About the Delayed Consequences of a Life, a Marriage, Cancer and a Death, Jennifer K. Hildebrandt

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THE SIGNAL, Robert A. Land

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End Matters, Cami J. Stenquist

Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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Staking Claim: Notes to Self, Sara J. Anderson

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Along The Creek to The Sea, Danielle Bylund

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Into the Far and Wild. Book One: The Call, Jeffry R. Grapevine

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In Darkest Light: '77, Matt Harren

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The Water Forgets The Color Of The Sky, Josh Hegarty

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HUNGARIAN RHAPSODIES: A Memoir in Three Concerts, Janet Horvath

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The Wild Things of the Earth, Michael S. Klecker

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Queen of the Dark and Other Stories, Nicola Koh

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Listening Here, Sherry Noffke

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The Nature of Nurture, Jessica Y. Pace

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Godtown, Hillary Walker

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Afterparty, Patrick M. Werle

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Mechanical Parts, Kyle W. White-McGinn