Monthly Archives: April 2013

MSt Tutor Jenny Lewis reads at launch of pamphlet, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 28 April 2013

MSt tutor Jenny Lewis with read, with Adnan al Sayegh,  Joseph Brady and Taj Kandoura at the the launch of a new pamphlet “Now as Then” from Mulfran Press 28th April at 12.00pm, Ashmolean Museum Oxford. There will also be readings … Continue reading

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London Symposium on British Literature, 28 – 30 June 2013

At the Oxford and Cambridge Club, London. This is a special interest meeting of London Symposia, an organization devoted to scholarly research, writing and discourse. To present a paper, submit a brief abstract to the Programme Committee. More information and … Continue reading

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Poets in the City, 15 April 2013

An evening with characters from Greek myth including Ulysses, Achilles, Helen, Hector and Cassandra. With  Simon Armitage, Bettany Hughes, Simon Mundy and Caroline Bird. Tickets: £9.50 online via the Kings Place website Or £11.50 via the Kings Place box office … Continue reading

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14th V.S. Pritchett Memorial Prize for best unpublished short story

First prize  £1,000, and the story published in Prospect online and in the RSL Review. “In addition to this, there will be an opportunity to appear at an RSL event with established short story writers in autumn 2013 (the 2012 … Continue reading

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MSt tutor Jane Draycott’s poem wins Poetry Society National Poetry prize

MSt tutor Jane Draycott’s poem “Italy to Lord” won second prize in the Poetry Society’s National Poetry competition:

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MSt alumnus James Benmore’s novel “Dodger” out on 11 April 2013

James Benmore’ novel is now in the bookshops, and you can read extracts online.

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Patience Agbabi, Oxford, 3 May 2013

Poetry Performance and Q+A Friday May 3rd, 7.30pm Pichette Auditorium, Pembroke College, Oxford Free entry, no registration required. For more information, e-mail

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