Royal Holloway Creative Writing

She is the editor of a theoretical textbook, The Body: A Reader (2003), and has strong research interests in the medical humanities, especially the history of anatomy and representations of the body.

She is currently working on a poetic sequence exploring representations of pain, illness and recovery – work that won the 2014 Medicine Unboxed Prize - and a series of critical essays about “the poetics of embarrassment”. Her novels have been published in over 30 languages including Turkish, Russian and Azerbaijani.

We benefit from great relationships and conversations with our KS4/5 colleagues thru RHUL English’s @Teacher Hub_Eng.

The UEA Creative Writing programme was established by the novelist-critics Angus Wilson and Malcolm Bradbury. He is currently in the early stages of a new research project examining the relationship between crime fiction and ecocriticism.

She was a founding author for First Story, a national charity fostering literacy and creative writing skills in schools, and she sits on the steering committee of the Hampstead Theatre Literary Festival.

She teaches on the undergraduate programme.(Cape, 2012), was shortlisted for the Dylan Thomas Prize and the Portico Prize, longlisted for the Crime Writers' Association’s John Creasey Dagger, and was The Daily Mirror's Book of the Week. His creative nonfiction has appeared in The Paris Review Daily.

She gained a Ph D in Critical Theory at Cardiff University before moving to Aberystwyth University to lecture in English Literature and Creative Writing.

She is the author of three poetry collections: Kink and Particle (2006), which was a Poetry Book Society Recommendation and winner of the Jerwood Aldeburgh First Collection Prize; Catulla et al (2011), which received a Literature Wales Bursary and was shortlisted for the Wales Book of the Year prize; and So Many Moving Parts (2014), which received a Hawthornden Fellowship and was a Poetry Book Society Recommendation.

Robert wrote the Introduction for a new Ukrainian translation of Conrad's Works & the first volume has been shortlisted for ' The Book of 2019' prize. We still have places on some of our English SH and JH courses on this #Clearing2019 #Clearing Day 2.

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