| MFA Faculty Member Walter Cummins’ Essay on Aging at Zeteo
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MFA Faculty Member Walter Cummins’ Essay on Aging at Zeteo

MFA Faculty Member Walter Cummins’ Essay on Aging at Zeteo

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Fairleigh Dickinson University, Creative Writing MFA
In his most recent Zeteo piece, Walter Cummins, an FDU MFA Creative Writing faculty member, ponders aging, geriatricians, elder care, and more. Read his beautifully written essay on “outliving society’s capacity to care.”
 
Walter Cummins teaches in the MFA in Creative Writing and MA in Creative Writing and Literature for Educators programs at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He published his seventh short story collection, Telling Stories: Old & New, in 2015.
 

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09 Mar 2016 no comments