Mett Mini-Grants

The Mett Mini-Grant helps support literary events and activities for area organizations/community groups.  Applicants must be a candidate in the MFA in Creative Writing program at Minnesota State University, Mankato; enrolled full-time (6 credits) during the grant period; and in good academic standing.  The grant is named in honor of Margaret Mett, a Minnesota State Mankato alumna who received her MS in English in 1966



Fall 2015   
Taylor Tolchin and Kate MacLam for their project
“Aktion Club Theatre Poets’ Club Reading
and Chapbook.”








Spring 2016 
Tyler Barton for his project  “Home Made:
A Literary Anthology of Pathstone Writers.”