ASE provides exciting opportunities for the study of most genres of creative writing, from film screenwriting to children’s fiction, from playwriting to poetry and the different prose forms.
Students choose between small seminar classes and Oxford-style tutorials in Advanced Creative Writing, working with established practitioners in their chosen field to create and/or develop creative written work.
The undergraduate English major at the University of Washington offers students a broadly based, historically grounded introduction to the literatures of Britain, the United States, and, increasingly, Anglophone literature from around the world.
Courses in literature emphasize techniques of literary analysis, theoretical problems posed by the interpretation of texts, the social, historical, and political context of literary production and reception, and the pleasures of reading.
He holds a Ph D and MPhil in Creative Writing from the University of Queensland, Australia, where he has also taught.
His work has appeared in journals and anthologies, and has been shortlisted for awards including the White Review Short Story Award and the Australian/Vogel Literary Awards.
Fortunately, Oxford Summer Courses can offer both in equal measure!
Oxford and Cambridge have long been associated with literary pedigree and its iconic writers date back centuries.
He is a published and award-winning playwright and the joint winner of the BAFTA New Writing Competition for Film 2016, and has a forthcoming academic volume on memorial museums and public tragedy coming out from Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Dr Gareth Dickson is a tutor in Creative Writing at the Oxford University Department of Continuing Education and on the Sarah Lawrence Programme at Wadham College, Oxford.