Department of English

University of Toronto

Applying to the PhD Program Workshop for MA and MACRW

Applying to the PhD Program: Workshop for MA & MA CRW Students

Workshop with the Associate Directors, MA & Phd,

for current Department of English (at the University of Toronto) MA and MA in the Field of Creative Writing students
who are applying to PhD programs

 hosted by
Professor Carol Percy, Associate Director, M.A.
Professor Alan Ackerman, Associate Director, Ph.D. 
and the Department of English

14 October 2022

from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

in JHB616

With presentations from current PhD Candidates, Anna Butler-Koo and Marina Klimenko.



Students wishing to attend are asked to complete the RSVP form below by Friday, October 7, 2022. If you have any concerns regarding the event or problems using this form, please contact Marguerite Perry at



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Registration Form for Applying to the PhD Program Workshop
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