Careers with Creative Writing: 3

At the University of Worcester we host many guest speakers who give advice to the students, and share their journey through their careers as writers, publishers, editors (and many other careers linked to studying writing that our students might not have considered). Due to lock down we had to cancel our reading series, masterclasses and career … Continue reading Careers with Creative Writing: 3

Careers with Creative Writing: 2

At the University of Worcester we host many guest speakers who give advice to the students, and share their journey through their careers as writers, publishers, editors (and many other careers linked to studying writing that our students might not have considered). Due to lock down we had to cancel our reading series, masterclasses and career … Continue reading Careers with Creative Writing: 2

Creative Writing & English Language

Language shapes our world. It influences our perception of reality, brings our thoughts to life, and enables us to form relationships and forge communities. Richly textured and infinitely diverse, we work with language every day to communicate with those around us, from the formality of the boardroom to the clarity of the classroom. At the … Continue reading Creative Writing & English Language

A conversation about creativity, muses and non-binary expression in poetry

ARTIST & MUSE: Kelly Williams, winner of the V.Press Prize for Poetry, in conversation with Taylor Shatford. “With your writing, you take the reader into that space. You know, you create such vivid imagery that you end up there with them.” - TS My collection titled ‘ynygordna’ was inspired primarily by my partner, Taylor Shatford, … Continue reading A conversation about creativity, muses and non-binary expression in poetry

Creative Writing and English Literature

Students and staff talk about the 'hybrid learning experience' that encourages 'playfulness, originality and innovation' in our joint honours Creative Writing and English Literature degree. Prize-winning students Margaret Adkins and Micheal Wheatley reflect on their time with us, and lecturers Dr Lucy Arnold and Ruth Stacey describe what each subject brings to the other. Michael … Continue reading Creative Writing and English Literature