Congratulations to Trudi Holland who won both the V.Press Prize for Poetry and the Black Pear Press Prize for Fiction.
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Creative Writing Fiction Prizewinner 2021
Christiana Curtiss talks about the process of editing her first publication with Black Pear Press. The prizewinning novella will be launched 3rd May at the Hive Library, Worcester. How did you feel when you found out you had won the prize? I was surprised because I submitted two opening chapters of a novel for my … Continue reading Creative Writing Fiction Prizewinner 2021
Achieving the goal of publication!
Third year student, Lauren Pizzicaroli, writes about her #Softlads publishing experience. 'Just say yes,' that’s what I’ve learned in my final year at the University of Worcester. Say yes to new opportunities, say yes to taking chances, say yes to each day you wake up to. It’s easy to stay in bed and wait for … Continue reading Achieving the goal of publication!
Creative Writing Student Profile: Will Hulme
Nearing the end of my degree, I have to say it has been a fulfilling and wonderful three years indeed! Despite the ongoing pandemic throughout my undergraduate years, lecturers and other contributors both inside and out of the Creative Writing department at the University of Worcester have truly dedicated themselves to an enriching course in … Continue reading Creative Writing Student Profile: Will Hulme
Creative Writing Student Profile: Amber Horne
Creative Writing Student Profile: Amber Horne..."As I approach graduation, I grow increasingly grateful for my time at this University. It has shaped the confident, driven, and tenacious academic I am now. I feel ready to face my next stage in life as a confident academic and poet." @worcester_uni
Writing students inspired by tapestries
Artist Oliver Bliss has been working on a fascinating and timely project producing complex, intricate embroidered tapestries which interrogate ideas of masculinity and social media gaze. The launch of the #softlads poetry anthology is on Saturday 29th January, and will feature a number of University of Worcester's Creative Writing students. The project was based around … Continue reading Writing students inspired by tapestries
Kevin Brooke’s new novel The Objectors
The Objectors Three years in the making, The Objectors is due to launch on Sunday, 18th July at 4pm. In these dystopian times, the Young Adult novel with 42 chapters, and set in 2042, will enter the world via the medium of Zoom. Details of the launch can be found on the Facebook events page. … Continue reading Kevin Brooke’s new novel The Objectors
A Three-Year Journey
Faye-Alexandra Proctor At the age of 27, I decided to quit my job and start university with a newfound love for writing having used it as a means of escapism after a traumatic incident during the summer of 2017. I applied for an undergraduate degree in Creative & Professional Writing and English Literature at the … Continue reading A Three-Year Journey
VOICES OF COLOUR
Voices of Colour is a page created to showcase the voices of students from Black, Asian or minority ethnic backgrounds, whose creativity and unique experiences are often under represented within art and literature. The School of Humanities are thrilled to provide a place to promote art and offer students a channel to publish their work. This project … Continue reading VOICES OF COLOUR
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