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
MSt alumna Maya Popa is the runner up for whe Alpine Fellowship Writing Prize 2020. Read more about the prize, Maya, and the other winners here.
MSt alumna Laura Theis won the 2020 Mogford Prize for Food & Drink Writing for “The Lift”. The prize was judged by Jeremy Mogford, Stephen Fry and Prue Leith. Read about the prize and Laura, read and download “The Lift” … Continue reading
MSt alumna Stephanie Scott’s novel What’s Left of Me is Yours has been published by Orion Books in the UK, and around the world. Some of the reviews (from Orion Books):
MSt alumna Maya Popa’s reading of Lisel Mueller is now available online. The announcement from The Paris Review: In our new series of videograms, poets read and discuss the poems getting them through these strange times—broadcasting straight from their couches … Continue reading
MSt alumna Susie Campbell’s poetry pamphlet Tenter has been published by Guillemot Press. From the announcement: “Tenter is named after the tenter-frames on which cloth is stretched (using tenter-hooks). The poems weave around the making of the Bayeux tapestry as … Continue reading
MSt alumnus Patrick Toland’s poem “By Virtue of the Merits of her Son” has been shortlisted for 2020 FPM-Hippocrates Health Professional Poetry award. The winners in the 2020 Hippocrates will be announced by the judges during the second Poems to Live … Continue reading
MSt alumna Jing-Jing Lee’s novel How We Disappeared has been longlisted for the 2020 Walter Scott Prize for historical fiction. The twelve books on the longlist are: THE NARROW LAND by Christine Dwyer Hickey (Atlantic) THE PARISIAN by Isabella Hammad … Continue reading