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Monthly Archives: November 2012
The International Journal of Literary Nonfiction, published by Loyola Marymount University, is calling for submissions of “Literary nonfiction essay, memoir, commentary” (1000-5000 words) as well as “Literary nonfiction narrative poetry” (and black & white art and photography) Email submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org … Continue reading
Creative Writing Seminar Series Kellogg College Centre for Creative Writing Stopforth Metcalfe Room, Kellogg College,62 Banbury Road 4.45pm (refreshments) for 5.15pm Hilary Term Week 3: Tuesday 29 January 2013 Roopa Farooki: “The Flying Man: Nationality and the Immigrant Identity ” … Continue reading
Kellogg College Centre for Creative Writing Stopforth Metcalfe Room, Kellogg College, 62 Banbury Road 4.45pm (refreshments) for 5.15pm Tuesday 26 February 2013 Lesley Saunders: “Parsimony & Provisionality: Do poetry & science have interesting things in common?” Lesley Saunders is the … Continue reading
The BBC’s Writers Room has a good list of current and upcoming screen- and stage-writing opportunities. Go to the BBC Writers Room: Opportunities
MSt tutor Jane Draycott and Bernard O’Donoghue will judge the Troubadour International Poetry Prizeon on December 3rd, 2012. Prize announcement and readings: http://www.coffeehousepoetry.org/
MSt tutor Jane Draycott will be in conversation with leading psychoanalyst Caroline Garland at the British Psychoanalytical Society in Oxford. Friends Meeting House, 43 St. Giles, Oxford, OX1 3LW Thursday 29 November 2012 at 19:30 Tickets £10 available from Oxboffice … Continue reading
MSt tutor Rebecca Abrams is giving a talk during Book Week Scotland, on her novel , Touching Distance, set in 18th century Aberdeen. On Tuesday 27th November 2012, 19:00 – 20:30 at Portlethen Library Bruntland Road Portlethen Portlethen AB12 4QL … Continue reading
MSt tutor Rebecca Abram‘s review of Susie Boyt’s new novel, appeared in the Financial Times: “Bittersweet redemption“.
MSt tutor Nikita Lalwani is a judge for the Orwell Prize 2013, the main prize for political writing in the UK. Nikita says she is looking for writing that is “passionate, keeps you awake at night, shines a light where … Continue reading