Kellogg College Creative Writing Seminar Series: Alice Jolly, 5th February 2015

Narrative and Anti-Narrative in the Short Story and the Novel”

with MSt tutor Alice Jolly

Mawby Room, Kellogg College,
62 Banbury Road
5 pm (refreshments) for 5.30 pm

All are welcome and no bookings are necessary

Alice Jolly has published two novels with Simon and Schuster and four of her plays have been produced by the professional company of the Everyman in Cheltenham. She has been commissioned by Paines Plough and her monologues have been performed at the Tristan Bates Theatre in Covent Garden. She teaches creative writing on the MSt at Oxford University and is currently crowd funding for a memoir which will be published by Unbound in autumn 2015. Alice won the 2014 V. S. Pritchett Memorial Prize awarded by The Royal Society of Literature.

Seminar Convenor: Dr Clare Morgan

http://www.kellogg.ox.ac.uk/researchcentres/CW

Launch of MSt alumna Susie Campbell’s collection “The Bitters”, at Blackwell’s, Oxford, 26th Feb 2015

MSt alumna Susie Campbell’s collection of prose and collage poems will be launched on 26th February 2015, at Blackwell’s Bookshop in Oxford.

Admission is free but a ticket is necessary. Contact  events.oxford@blackwell.co.uk or collect a free ticket in store.

For more information, visit the Blackwell’s Oxford Events webpage.

Kellogg College Creative Writing Seminar Series: Emma Jones, 5th March 2015

The Medium of Poetry”

with MSt tutor Emma Jones

Mawby Room, Kellogg College,
62 Banbury Road
5 pm (refreshments) for 5.30 pm

All are welcome and no bookings are necessary

Emma Jones first book, The Striped World, was published by Faber & Faber in 2009, was awarded the Forward Prize for Best First Collection, the Queensland Premier’s Award for Best Collection, and the Anne Elder Award, and was shortlisted for the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize, among others. She has written the libretto for City Songs, a contemporary oratorio, with composer Eriks Esenvalds, which premiered at The Round House in London with vocalist Imogen Heap. Emma has held writing fellowships in Cambridge, the Lake District, Rome and Riga, and is at work on a second book. She tutors in poetry on Oxford’s MSt in Creative Writing.

Seminar Convenor: Dr Clare Morgan

http://www.kellogg.ox.ac.uk/researchcentres/CW