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Lunchtime Reading: E J Swift, 'The Osiris Project'

Lunchtime Reading: E J Swift, 'The Osiris Project'

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In the final session of the Lunchtime Reading Series of the academic year, MA graduate E J Swift will read from her fictional series, The Osiris Project. The reading takes place today at 1 pm in the Students' Union.
Date:
21/05/2015

Dr Linda Grant on 'Poetry of Sex' podcast available

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A podcast is of Dr Linda Grant on Eros: The Poetry of Sex is now available to listen to. The Poet in the City event took place in February 2015, and discussed the relationship between poetry and sex.
Date:
20/05/2015

Historical Fiction Now: Writing and Publishing Panel with Susanna Jones

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Susanna Jones will be joining author Sally O'Reilly, literary agent Nelle Andrews of Peter Fraser & Dunlop and Candida Lacey of Myriad Editions to discuss writing historical fiction and getting it published.
Date:
20/05/2015

 

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