Posts Tagged: editorial board

Creative writing open seminars: University of Derby

All are welcome to these events, which are free of charge, at the Kedleston Road Campus of the University of Derby. For further details, please contact Professor Jason Lee (j.lee@derby.ac.uk), who is a member of our editorial board.   Beyond

Creative writing open seminars: University of Derby

All are welcome to these events, which are free of charge, at the Kedleston Road Campus of the University of Derby. For further details, please contact Professor Jason Lee (j.lee@derby.ac.uk), who is a member of our editorial board.   Beyond

The Creative Writing Interviews: Philip Gross

The Creative Writing Interviews form a series of interviews with contributors to our Creative Writing Studies list. Find out about their work and approach towards writing. Philip Gross’s biography: Born in Delabole, north Cornwall, son of a wartime Displaced Person

The Creative Writing Interviews: Philip Gross

The Creative Writing Interviews form a series of interviews with contributors to our Creative Writing Studies list. Find out about their work and approach towards writing. Philip Gross’s biography: Born in Delabole, north Cornwall, son of a wartime Displaced Person

Editorial board appointment: Eilis Ni Dhuibhne

We are delighted to announce that Dr Eilis Ni Dhuibhne has kindly agreed to join our editorial board. A renowned author – especially of fiction – Eilis Ni Dhuibhne writes in both English and Irish. She has taught creative writing

Editorial board appointment: Eilis Ni Dhuibhne

We are delighted to announce that Dr Eilis Ni Dhuibhne has kindly agreed to join our editorial board. A renowned author – especially of fiction – Eilis Ni Dhuibhne writes in both English and Irish. She has taught creative writing

Launch of Deep Field by Philip Gross

Even while his The Water Table was winning the TS Eliot Prize, Philip Gross was already at work on poems wrestling with the experience of being alongside his father’s gradual loss of language in old age. The result is Philip’s

Launch of Deep Field by Philip Gross

Even while his The Water Table was winning the TS Eliot Prize, Philip Gross was already at work on poems wrestling with the experience of being alongside his father’s gradual loss of language in old age. The result is Philip’s

Jason Lee appointed Professor of Culture and Creative Writing

We’re delighted to announce that the University of Derby has appointed Jason Lee Professor of Culture and Creative Writing. Jason, who serves on our editorial board, will give his inaugural lecture on 2 May 2012. The lecture will be entitled

Jason Lee appointed Professor of Culture and Creative Writing

We’re delighted to announce that the University of Derby has appointed Jason Lee Professor of Culture and Creative Writing. Jason, who serves on our editorial board, will give his inaugural lecture on 2 May 2012. The lecture will be entitled

Virginia Woolf and Susan Sellers: To the lighthouse

Earlier this year (17 Feb 2011) we posted on Susan Sellers’ work on Virginia Woolf.  Susan is a member of our editorial board. Susan’s work is also featured in ‘To the lighthouse’, a Woolf-inspired festival for readers and writers held

Virginia Woolf and Susan Sellers: To the lighthouse

Earlier this year (17 Feb 2011) we posted on Susan Sellers’ work on Virginia Woolf.  Susan is a member of our editorial board. Susan’s work is also featured in ‘To the lighthouse’, a Woolf-inspired festival for readers and writers held

Dinty W. Moore joins Creative Writing Studies editorial board

We’re delighted to announce the appointment to our editorial board of Professor Dinty W. Moore. Professor Moore is director of the BA, MA, and PhD programs at Ohio University. He is the author of numerous works, details of which are

Dinty W. Moore joins Creative Writing Studies editorial board

We’re delighted to announce the appointment to our editorial board of Professor Dinty W. Moore. Professor Moore is director of the BA, MA, and PhD programs at Ohio University. He is the author of numerous works, details of which are