MSt alumna Jing-Jing Lee’s novel “How We Disappeared” to be published by Oneworld

(image from The Bookseller)

From The Bookseller:

“Oneworld is to publish a “searing” novel set in occupied Singapore by Oxford graduate Jing-Jing Lee.
Publisher Juliet Mabey bought World English rights to How We Disappeared from Nelle Andrew at PFD.
How We Disappeared tells the story of Wang Di, a widow in the year 2000 who is forced to confront the brutal atrocities of the Japanese invasion in her small village in 1942, and the devastation it has wreaked on her life ever since.”

Read the full article at The Booskelller.

MSt alumna Romola Parish reads at the Oxfordshire Museum, 15 July 2017

MSt alumna Romola Parish reads at the Living Landscapes exhibition, 15 July 2017, the Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock

Romola Parish, who graduated from the MSt programme in 2016, is currently  Poet in Residence at the Historic Landscape Classification Project at Oxfordshire County Council. She will be reading from her pamphlet of poems, In Polygonia, at the launch of the interactive digital map at the Living Landscapes exhibition, 15 July 2017, at the Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock.

The day also includes presentations on the project, exhibitions, work by artist Miranda Cresswell, workshops and two events – post-it poems and photographs, to which everyone is invited to contribute.

For more information on the exhibition please visit the website and event page: www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/historiclandscape

www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/living-landscapes-exhibition