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What makes a better writer? I’ve been pondering this question after taking a class on award-winning short stories. The stories we read were all by writers who had advanced degrees in creative writing. If the current crop of prize-winning writers are coming out with advanced creative writing degrees, does this mean a certain singularity of outlook and experience? Or perhaps a tendency on the part of the academics judging these writers to lean toward their own? I was an English major in college, have a master’s degree, although it’s in adult education, read extensively, and most of my professional experience is as a writer or editor. Surely all this counts too. I’ve always subscribed to

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