MSt alumna Phoebe Stuckes’ collection Platinum Blonde has been published by Bloodaxe Books. From the announcement: “Platinum Blonde is Phoebe Stuckes’ debut collection. Whether wildly or wryly funny, each poem presents an episode in the up-and-down life of the wise-cracking party … Continue reading
MSt alumna Kiran MillwoodHargrave’s novel The Mercies was llong-listed for the Not the Booker Prize. It has been number 1 on The Times Bestseller List, and number 5 on the Sunday Times Bestseller Chart.
MSt alumna Daisy Johnson’s novel Sisters was reviewed in the Observer, and in the New York Times. From the Observer “… Daisy Johnson is the demon offspring of Shirley Jackson and Stephen King, her work a dark torrent of nightmarish … Continue reading
MSt alumna Mariah Whelan’s poem “Viaduct” was the featured poem of the day over at Aesthetica. From the announcement: “the love i do to you is Whelan’s debut novel-in-sonnets. It tells the love story of ‘He’ and ‘She’. Once lovers … Continue reading
MSt alumna Madiha Bee’s poetry collection The Lightworkers has been published by Pinyon Publishing. “These are poems that will not just ‘awaken the soul’ but all the senses too. Madiha Bee’s playful and richly vivid illustrations illuminate a poetics of … Continue reading
MSt alumnus Prajwal Parajuly’s nove Land Where I Flee, translated as Fuir et Revenir, by Benoîte Dauvergne, has been long listed for the Emile Guimet Prize and for the Prix du Premier roman (First Novel Award) 2020 About the Emile … Continue reading
MSt alumna Phoebe Stucks has won the Poetry Society’s Geoffrey Dearmer Prize 2020. From the Poetry Society announcement: “The Geoffrey Dearmer Prize is an annual prize for the best poem published in The Poetry Review written by a poet who … Continue reading
MSt alumna Jing-Jing Lee and MSt tutor Amal Chatterjee spoke to the BookClub Show, about Jing-Jing’s Woman’s Prize for Fiction shortlisted novel How We Disappeared.
MSt alumna Camille Ralphs has been appointed Poetry Editor at the Times Literary Supplement, the first woman ever hold the role. Camille also has a second pamphlet forthcoming, with If A Leaf Falls Press.
MSt alumna Bette Adriaanse has been nominated for the Netherland’s biennial Victorie Fonds Cultuur Prize in the category Writing. ‘Her imaginative and mysterious prose immediately intrigued the jury.’ https://www.victoriefondscultuurprijs.nl