Came across this on Duotrope this morning and I felt compelled to check it out. There has been a bit of debate (that I've noticed) in recent months in regards to whether or not an MFA makes a writer any more likely to be published than a non-MFA writer. Literary Rejections on Display, for example, brought the issue to a head a few months back.
MFA/MFYOU Journal seeks to put the two categories of writers side by side, much as the editors - a married couple in Fairbanks Alaska, wife with an MFA, husband without - are. Each has their own personal blog to boot,and as I'm always looking for new ways to procrastinate (and new emerging author's to spy on), I enjoyed Ashley's very much. She is an editor for Permafrost and in the post I read, she frankly discusses the fine line between acceptance and rejection.