Small literary magazines are the unsung heroes of the literary world. They give a snapshot of contemporary prose and poetry; they enable writers to see their work published. #TheFrogmorePapers, whose first edition was in 1983, is an excellent example. I have been a subscriber (and sometimes a contributor) for many years. Take a look! www.frogmorepress.co.uk
I am delighted to have been awarded a PhD in Creative Writing ‘without corrections’ from Goldsmiths, University of London. Many thanks to my excellent supervisors, Prof. Blake Morrison and Prof. Andreas Kramer, and to my examiners, Prof. Francis Spufford and Prof. Sir Jonathan Bate.
Wednesday, 29 November 5-7pm, 2017 – Waterstones Greenwich.
Both John Wilks and I have been tutors to this remarkable group who have now produced an anthology of their work – short stories, flash fiction, poems – including pieces by John and me. Barbara Ward, a member of the group, has been the driving force behind this project.
John and I met when we were students on the MA in Creative and Life Writing at Goldsmiths, University of London. It has been a great experience for us to have been part of the Greenwich Creative Writing Group.
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