This collection includes Capstone Theses submitted by Hamline Master of Fine Arts in Writing for Children and Young Adults (MFAC) students. Capstones are the culminating degree work of the MFAC program. Student projects may be fiction, nonfiction, poetry, picture books, or graphic narrative scripts written for children and/or young adults and may be in any number of subgenres for each category. Students may also submit multiple projects in different genres as one piece (e.g., three picture book manuscripts and an excerpt from a young adult novel) as their creative thesis.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2018

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The Black Lake, Ben Cromwell

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Pillar 13, Katie Dunlop

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Court of Silk and Blood, Emily Hill

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Alas for the Stars, Ronny Khuri

A Rainbow Over Broadway, Laura J. King

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THE RUBY RED UNICORN, Renee S. Mccormick

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Frances in the Wastelands, Trisha P. Parsons

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A DUCK, THREE WITCHES, THE LIBRARY, SOME PIE, AND ELVIS, Lisa Riddiough

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The Barley Year, Arianna Schwieters

The Sines of my Demise, Elizabeth L. Selin

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Under Clara's Watchful Eye and DELUGED! The Johnstown Flood of 1889: Finding the Form that Fits in Nonfiction, Patricia K. Sutton

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Miranda & Dash and the Department of the Unusual, Jonathan Van Gieson

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I Won't Be Your Miracle, Sarah E. Woodard 4831202

Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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The Dark Stone, Stephanie Bongas

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MY WOLF PACK, Christine McDonnell