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Category Archives: Alumni News
MSt alum Bette Adriaanse’s new novel, What’s Mine, is coming out with US publisher Unnamed Press this August.
MSt alum Bette Adriaanse’s new novel, What’s Mine, is coming out with US publisher Unnamed Press this August. There will be several launch events, as follows: AUGUST 15, 6PM UK time, ONLINE: Bette joins Caoilinn in Conversation for Chicago … Continue reading
MSt alumnus Martin Jago’s poetry collection, Photofit, is published in the UK today. More information about the book is available here: http://www.pindroppress.com/books/Photofit.html
MSt alum Sam Moore’s new book, Search history, is now available from Queer Street Press (https://queerstreetpress.com/Menu).
Alum Ryan Bernsten’s book 50 States of Mind: A Journey to Rediscover American Democracy is being published in the UK and the states with Bite-Sized Books. Ryan began the work as his year two project on the course. 50 States of … Continue reading
John Murray has snapped up a “dark, subversive and surprising” book from MSt alum Christine Anne Foley. Jocasta Hamilton, publisher, acquired UK and Commonwealth rights to Bodies at auction from Sara O’Keefe at Aevitas. It will publish in summer 2023. … Continue reading
Snow Widows mines never-before-seen archive material to reconstruct the lives of five women – wives, mothers and sisters of the men participating in Robert Falcon Scott’s polar expedition – MSt alumna Katherine MacInnes offers a fresh and utterly different perspective … Continue reading
MSt alumnus C.A. Blintkios’ novel The Smoke is Me, Burning is now available for pre-sale with Kernpunkt Press. Jonathan McAloon, journalist for the BBC, The Guardian, and TLS, says of the book that it is “a sort of scrapbook of place magic. … Continue reading
MSt alumna Laura Theis wins first prize in the EAL Oxford Brookes International Poetry Competition 2021
MSt alumna Laura Theis has won first prize in the Oxford Brookes International Poetry Competition 2021, in the category for poets who speak English as an Additional Language. The prize, awarded by The Poetry Centre at Oxford Brookes, was judged this … Continue reading
Comedian, author and actor Helen Lederer launched the Comedy Women in Print Prize (CWIP) in 2019, to recognise, celebrate and encourage witty women authors. With not only a sequel but a Netflix adaptation in the works, MSt alumna Jesse Satanto’s … Continue reading
MSt alumna Rose Edwards has published her second novel with UCLan. The Ember Days follows Rose’s earlier novel, The Harm Tree, on 7 October. “Exiled from a broken land, two friends try to escape the darkness they left behind them. Together … Continue reading