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Category Archives: MSt 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).
Orion Fiction has acquired MSt alum Aisha Hassan ‘s début novel The Boy Who Built Lahore and one other title in a six-figure deal. Charlotte Mursell, publishing director, pre-empted UK and Commonwealth rights from Hellie Ogden at Janklow & Nesbit UK … Continue reading
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
On 31 March at 6pm, MSt Course Director Dr Clare Morgan will be in conversation with fellow writer Susan Sellers, discussing how and why the radically experimental and pioneering writers Virginia Woolf and Katherine Mansfield continue to inspire contemporary writing. … Continue reading
MSt Course Director Dr Clare Morgan will discuss her writing with fellow short fiction writer Tim Pears, at Waterstones in Oxford on Thursday 2nd March. For more information and to book a ticket click here.
Dr Clare Morgan giving seminar on ‘Writing the Short Story,’ 24th November at Kellogg College, Oxford
Dr Clare Morgan, Director of the MSt in Creative Writing, will be giving a seminar on ‘Writing the Short Story’ at the Kellogg College Centre for Creative Writing on Thursday 24th November. The session will take place in the Mawby … Continue reading
‘The Claim,’ from Jane Draycott’s recently published fifth collection, The Kingdom, has been selected by Carol Rumen’s as Poem of the Week in The Guardian. Also in The Guardian, David Morley wrote that Jane’s work demonstrates, “a patient intelligence of … Continue reading
MSt Course Director Dr Clare Morgan reads from her new short story collection, Scar Tissue, in Cardiff on Thursday 10 November
MSt Course Director, Dr Clare Morgan, will be reading from her new short story collection Scar Tissue at the Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff, at 7pm on Thursday 10 November. This event is free, but registration is essential, here. Scar … Continue reading