MSt alumna Daisy Johnson interview on The Guardian Culture

There was a lot of crying’: youngest Booker prize nominee on writing her first novel.

MSt alumna Daisy Johnson interviewed for Guardian Culture

From the announcement

“The author made headlines this year after becoming the youngest person to be shortlisted for the Man Booker prize with her debut novel Everything Under. Iman Amrani speaks to her about her book, which has been described as a feminist retelling of a well-known myth, which plays with the boundaries of reality and the supernatural  This interview is part of a series called Fresh Voices, presented by Amrani”

 

MSt alumna Rowena Cooper’s play “After Aulis” at Brighton Fringe, 5 – 8 May 2019

 

After a 4 night run at The Attic theatre in Stratford in July 2018, MSt alumna Rowena Cooper’s play, After Aulis, is to be staged at the Brighton Fringe Festival from 5th-8th May 2019.

 

Venue: The Quadrant

Time: 6pm, 5th – 8th May 2019

Tickets on sale in March 2019 from https://www.brightonfringe.org/.

More info about the play: http://www.afteraulis.com.

 

MSt alumna Maya Popa appointed Publishers Weekly’s poetry reviews editor

MSt alumna Maya Popa has been appointed poetry reviews editor at Publishers Weekly. 

From the announcement:

Maya C. Popa has joined Publishers Weekly as its new poetry reviews editor, effective immediately. Popa succeeds Alex Crowley in the post and will be responsible for editing PW’s reviews of poetry collections. She can be reached at mpopa@publishersweekly.com

Popa is a poet and critic whose debut collection of poetry, American Faith, will be published in 2019 by Sarabande Books. Her criticism and nonfiction have appeared widely, including in Poetry, the Times Literary Supplement, and Poets & Writers.