| MFA Student Elizabeth Jaeger’s “Edward Cooper: Realization of a Dream” at FDU Press
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MFA Student Elizabeth Jaeger’s “Edward Cooper: Realization of a Dream” at FDU Press

MFA Student Elizabeth Jaeger’s “Edward Cooper: Realization of a Dream” at FDU Press

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Fairleigh Dickinson University MFA student Elizabeth Jaeger writes, “One of the great things about this MFA program is the way it has challenged me to grow as a writer. I entered the program with a narrow sense of what I could write but slowly I’ve started branching out into new directions.” Recently, Elizabeth wrote a feature story on one of the authors who publishes with Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. Read “Edward Cooper: Realization of a Dream” at FDU Press.

Elizabeth Jaeger is finishing up her MFA in creative writing at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Her essays have been published in the Literary Explorer and Atticus Review. One of her essays was also featured on the podcast No You Tell It!

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