2) Where did you go to school and what did you major in? ” I try to keep it generic and say I went to so-and-so school, what clubs I was in, etc… -Bishop Hi Bishop, Lemme tell you a story about me. I went to grad school for a master’s in creative writing, with an emphasis on memoir.
When asked about your schooling, just say you have a degree in engineering and physics.Today's society has become very complex and relationships are often not easy to hold onto.We feel the threat of the 'here today and gone tomorrow' mentality in even our most intimate experiences. ” type of response, but I honestly can’t talk too much about it.but I have a few degrees in engineering and a Ph D in Physics. It was a dream come true–I was around other very weird, quirky bookworms who understood my literary references and writing aspirations.And yet, when someone outside this literary world asked me what I was in grad school for…I clammed up. In short, I was embarrassed by this question because it was hard to explain to anyone why I needed to go to graduate school in order to write, and what I would do with such a degree, and how I could possibly have enough material to write memoir when I was only 26.
Eventually, I realized that people were reacting as much to my discomfort, as the actual answers I was giving to them.
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