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Bachelor of Arts in Writing

Enhance your ability to express ideas thoughtfully. Build confidence in your writing. Analyze the work of poets, playwrites, and novelists. If you are passionate about developing your craft as a writer and your knowledge of literature, the Spring Hill College writing program is your introduction to a rewarding career.

Where We Work

  • New Orleans Times-Picayune
  • Livestream
  • SOMA magazine
  • Spring Hill College
  • Author

Badgers in Grad School

  • Oklahoma State University
  • The University of Tennessee
  • University of North Dakota
  • St. Louis University
  • University of Alabama


Dr. Michael Piafsky

Because we have a smaller cohort, we offer a very wide variety of classes—in the past few years we’ve explored Young Adult fiction, genre fiction, various literary forms, written about travel and sport, even delving into television (Arrested Development) and film (the Coen Brothers).

— Dr. Michael Piafsky

Tiffany Thomas '15

In Dr. Piafsky’s "Very Strange Things" course, my classmates and I were challenged to write a story that is conceptually different than the standard ink-and-paper, either through form or media. I endeavored to create a new relationship between character and reader; one not based on mutual consent, but instead on immediate infringement.

— Tiffany Thomas '15

Fast Facts

Number of Faculty: 4

Program Emphasis: English, Communication, Writing

Clubs: Pi Sigma Alpha, Sigma Iota Rho, Student Government Association (SGA), Political Science & International Studies Club, Springhillian Newspaper

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