Applications invited for UEA International Creative Writing Course in India

Following on the success of the first year of its creative writing workshops in India, the School of LDC is organizing a third workshop to be held in Calcutta from April 3rd-11th 2014. The course will be led by Amit Chaudhuri , award-winning author and UEA Professor of Contemporary Literature and Kirsty Gunn, prize-winning novelist and Professor of Writing Practice and Study at the University of Dundee. Modelled on UEA’s pioneering Creative Writing MA , the eight-day course will be...

Funding Support for Arts and Humanities Research Students

UEA has AHRC and Faculty PhD Studentships available for entry in September 2014 across all current subject areas. Click here to find out more.  

The Road to Heidelberg - New UEA play for a Royal occasion

August 2013 marked the culmination of celebrations in Heidelberg for the 400th anniversary of the marriage of Elisabeth Stuart (daughter of James 1/VI) and Friedrich, Elector Palatinate. LDC's Antoinette Moses and Val Taylor wrote The Road to Heidelberg specially for the occasion and it was performed in Heidelberg from 9th-14th August. The play, directed by Emeritus Prof. of Drama Ralph Yarrow, starred former UEA Drama actors Tom O'Sullivan (BA and MA from LDC, currently an Associate Tutor)...

Malcolm Bradbury Memorial Trust Fundraiser - Recording now available

Malcolm Bradbury Memorial Trust Fundraiser (Wed 28 Nov 2012) In 1970 Malcolm Bradbury co-founded (with Angus Wilson) the UEA Creative Writing MA, the first course of its kind in the UK. He taught on the programme until his retirement in 1995, and counted among his many successful students the future Booker prizewinners, Ian McEwan, Kazuo Ishiguro and Anne Enright. A prolific and influential scholar and author, he wrote over forty books of non-fiction and criticism, as well as numerous...

New stories by David Whelan, Buku Sarkar, Ruth Gilligan and Rob Magnuson Smith

‘And Andrea’ is a new short story by current UEA Creative Writing MA student David Whelan and is published in the current edition of nth position – Earlier this year David (pictured) published stories in the Valley Press ‘Front Lines’ anthology and the journals Five, Prole 8, Litro, and the New Voices section of Untitled Books, which this year also featured 2005 graduate Emily Midorikawa, and 2006 graduate Liz Adams. ‘The Visit’, a short story by recent graduate Buku...
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