Glasgow University Creative Writing
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pic.twitter.com/N0r1Hwuxhz We're thrilled that @a_pirmohamed and @Jay GYing will be guest editing the next issue of Gutter Magazine with a special BAME writers feature, and submissions open to all.
His latest book, ' Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom' won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize in History.
Join us 5.30 24th Sept for our 2019-20 inaugural event with Kirsty Logan, Juana Adcock & Martin Cathcart Froden, Free All Welcome @jennivora @kirstylogan @MCathcart Froden Register uk/e/inaugural-ev… Enter here: magmapoetry.com/competition/ pic.twitter.com/0WJ7j Zxbo G The Writers' Cafe Magazine is open to submissions! There’s only a few weeks left to get your entries in to the world’s largest ecopoetry competition. Judges: Mexican writer & activist @Homero Aridjis & award-winning poet Jen Hadfield @hadfield_jen #Ginkgoprize @ginkgoprize Submissions are invited for New Writing Scotland 38, from writers Scottish by birth, residence, or inclination.
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Recognised with the Creative Skillset Tick of approval, GCU's MA Television Fiction Writing is the only full-time master's programme focusing solely on scripting for the UK. Or are you simply curious as to why the fantastic can be found all around us in the twenty-first century, from videogames and films to poetry, songs, television, novel series, and so-called 'mainstream' fiction?
Can't wait for this feature of BAME writers all over Scotland and beyond!
Both programmes give you dedicated, supported time to complete a substantial creative work, include opportunities to teach writing to undergraduates and apply to be a graduate teaching assistant for other literature courses, and the DFA additionally allows you to undertake an extended academic research, informed by your work and practice, leading to a significant critical essay or output.
For folk who didn't quite pull it together for today, here's yer chance... Special evening in store @Uof Glasgow for @Poetry Day UK in assoc with @By Leaves We Live ' Come Back To Me My Language: Poetry and the West Indies', Professor J. Register 👉ow.ly/WNyy50v NIDX pic.twitter.com/s935b KZGih ✨David Blight✨will deliver this year's James Mc Cune Smith Memorial Lecture.
He is one of the world's foremost historians of slavery and is well-known for his political commentary.
This programme allows you to engage with one of the most vibrant literary genres of the last two centuries - and a major cultural phenomenon of our time.
Our new season of events, Sep-Dec 2019, is on sale now ⚡️ We're so excited to present this programme of performing arts gems created by our students staff & visiting artists.