MSt alumna Kiran Millwood Hargrave will be in conversation with fellow alumna Daisy Johnson at Blackwells in Oxford, 8th Feb 2020. They will be talking about Kiran’s new novel, The Mercies. From the announcement: “‘A gripping novel inspired by a … Continue reading
MSt tutor Jane Draycott and MSt alumnus Luke Allen have won second and third TLS Mick Imlah Poetry Prizes, respectively. You can read the poems and about the prize here.
MSt alumnus Arthur Allen’s verse novel The Nurseryman has been published by Kernpunkt Press.From the announcement: “The Nurseryman is a verse novel told in polyphony as the collected account of a 17th Century voyage to Meta Incognita – the absolutely unknown … Continue reading
MSt alumna Jingan Young’s play “Life and Death of a Journalist” is on at the Vault Festival, London from 25 Feb – 1 Mar 2020. From the announcement: “Award-winning playwright Jingan Young makes a ferocious return to theatre with a … Continue reading
MSt alumnus Sam Guglani’s “Medicine Unboxed” is now a podcast on SoundCloud. “Medicine Unboxed aims to inspire debate and medicine and to inform its culture. Medicine Unboxed is for the public, for health professionals and for all of us who … Continue reading
MSt alumna Dahmicca Wright’s poem “Playing Dead” has been shortlisted for White Review Poet’s Prize 2019 .
MSt alumna Mariah Whelan’s “the love i do to you” will be launched by Eyewear Books on 26 November 2019. From the announcement: “In this genre-bending debut Mariah Whelan tells the love story of ‘He’ and ‘She’. Once lovers and … Continue reading
MSt alumna Sarvat Hasin has been awarded the Mo Siewcharran Prize for unpublished authors from BAME backgrounds. From the announcement: “Sarvat Hasin has won the inaugural Mo Siewcharran Prize for unpublished authors from BAME backgrounds, securing a deal with Dialogue Books. The … Continue reading
MSt alumna Maya Popa’s debut poetry collection American Faith has been published by Sarabande Books. You can view and buy it here. From the announcement: Runner-Up of the Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry. The ultimate subject of Maya C. … Continue reading
MSt alumnus Nemat Sadat’s novel The Carpet Weaver published by Penguin India. It has been reviewed on LiveMint, by India Today and other media, and Grazia India, has an interview with Nemat. Grazia: “The Kite Runner meets Brokeback Mountain in … Continue reading