Edward Chamberlin, who's worked on native land claims & lectured on historical & cultural issues. Can’t wait to read your works, & would appreciate any shares!Wed 2 Oct, 6pm, Woolfson Medical Building uk/e/national-poe… @Scottish Writers @Mungo Mirrorball @Uof GArts pic.twitter.com/JPjvax LLv D Another exciting event @Uof GWriting @Uof Glasgow National Poetry Day: Come Back To Me My Language: Poetry and the West Indies: Professor J. @Jude Barber1 @Cllr Graham C @grahamfagen @Dr Stephen Mullen @peepaltreepress @By Leaves We Live @scotlit We have a special evening in store for @Poetry Day UK in assoc with @By Leaves We Live Come Back To Me My Language: Poetry and the West Indies: Professor J. #submissions #writingcommunity #writer #BAME #Representation Matters #writingprompt @The Selkie UK pic.twitter.com/t T0Bn8b Zty The School of @Uof GMaths_Stats present a talk by Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter.
They will acquire a broad practical experience of writing, the publishing industry, movements and trends of the last hundred years, which are provided by the Editorial and Transmission courses in their first year, and the demanding critical and theoretical experience of the first year of the Ph D, as well as thirty creative writing workshop sessions in which the issues of teaching creative writing will be foregrounded, and substantial tutorial engagement.
In both years, students have one to one tutorials with writers on staff.
It is available on a full-time, one-year basis only.
What distinguishes this Masters is its clear three-part structure that focuses on creative, critical and practical issues.
He is one of the world's foremost historians of slavery and is well-known for his political commentary.
His latest book, ' Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom' won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize in History.
@uofgartsalumni @Uof GArts @Uof GCrit Studies @Scottish Writers @By Leaves We Live pic.twitter.com/qu Ksudc Hkr Today @johnbyrneaward announced that they will be opening their award up to everyone over 16!
As a wonderful way to celebrate they'll be sharing a poem by - head over to their page to find out more!
For more information about the MLitt programme visit the University of Glasgow’s Official Site.
The MFA in Applied Creative Writing, commencing in 2009-10, is a two year programme designed for students wishing to follow a career in writing and teaching creative writing, with an emphasis on seminar and workshop teaching with tutorial support, in Europe, North America, or elsewhere.