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Monthly Archives: April 2015
Bette Adriaanse on writing, the course and getting published In the second year of the Master in Creative Writing, I started writing what would become my first novel, Rus Like Everyone Else. There was no plan, I only had a … Continue reading
MSt tutor Alice Jolly’s article in The Daily Mail – “First person: ‘My little girl has three mothers'”
“Despite losing a baby and suffering several miscarriages and IVF failures, writer Alice Jolly was determined to find a way to have another child…” Read the article at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/article-3018179/First-person-little-girl-three-mothers.html
‘Every beautiful poem is an act of resistance’ – MSt Tutor Jenny Lewis at the Al Kalima International Forum of Poetry, Morocco, March 2015.
‘Every beautiful poem is an act of resistance’: reflections on a voyage poétique. By Jenny Lewis, 31 March 2015 For every physical journey there is an accompanying internal, psychological and spiritual one and my trip to the Third Rencontre Internationale … Continue reading
“Cliché: The Nemesis of Exciting Writing” with Professor Belinda Jack Mawby Room, Kellogg College, 62 Banbury Road 5 pm (refreshments) for 5.30 pm All are welcome and no bookings are necessary Writers need an acute attentiveness to language when reading, … Continue reading