School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing
Welcome to our School.
In our corridors you'll bump into world-class writers about literature and into the people who are writing literature today: prose, poetry, plays. It's that thrilling meeting of criticism and creativity – reading and writing, thinking and doing – that makes our School such a special place.
This is why we say that UEA is the place where literature lives.
School of Literature Drama and Creative Writing
Tragedy and chaos aboard the warship Gloucester
The Gloucester’s troubled early history, intertwining maritime heritage with national and global narratives, has been revealed by research from the University of...
An Interview with David Nowell Smith
Professor of Criticism, David Nowell (LDC) talks about his new book W.S. Graham: The Poem as Art Object
Underwater footage offers new glimpse of royal shipwreck
Underwater footage of a 17th century royal shipwreck has been released ahead of a major exhibition opening this weekend exploring its last voyage.
Royal shipwreck artefacts revealed in new Norwich Castle Museum exhibition
Extraordinary artefacts featured in the Gloucester shipwreck exhibition, opening soon at Norwich Castle Museum.