Florida State University's program in Creative Writing features a faculty known not just as writers, but as teachers of writing—including the author of the most-adopted creative writing text in the world.
Janet Burroway: janetburroway.com
Writing Fiction: A Guide to Narrative Craft, seventh Edition, Addison Wesley Longman, 2006. The classic text in fiction writing, Writing Fiction has been in print for twenty years and is used in more than three hundred colleges and universities in the United States.
Imaginative Writing: The Elements of Craft, Longman, Penguin Academics, 2002; discusses the creative techniques shared by all forms of imaginative writing-Image, Voice, Character, Setting, and Story-before individually exploring Essay, Fiction, Poetry and Drama genres.
Robert Olen Butler: faculty page
From Where You Dream, Grove Press, 2005. Dream, yearn, write. Learn how to put yourself in the creative state of mind.
Joann Gardner: faculty page
Runaway with Words: A Short Course on Poetry and How to Take It with You, Anhinga, 1998.
David Kirby: faculty page
Writing Poetry: Where Poems Come from and How to Write Them The Writer, Inc., 1989.
What is a Book? University of Georgia Press, 2002.
Elizabeth Stuckey-French: faculty page
Writing Fiction: A Guide to Narrative Craft, with Janet Burroway, Longman, Seventh Edition, 2006.
Mark Winegardner: faculty page
3 x 33: Short Fiction by 33 Writers, Heinle, 2004, offers 3 stories by 33 authors and, according to Amazon, combines both a breadth and depth not seen in other contemporary or modern short fiction anthologies.