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Creative Writing Graduating Class of 2015 present 'Royal Holloway's Emporium: A treasury of Creativity'

Creative Writing Graduating Class of 2015 present 'Royal Holloway's Emporium: A treasury of Creativity'

Congratulations to the Creative Writing graduating class of 2015, who have recently published an anthology of creative work: 'Welcome to Royal Holloway, University of London's Creative Writing Anthology, The Emporium: a Treasury of Creativity. Inside are the imaginative works of the graduating class of 2015. Delve into the thrillers, the love-sick, the angst and the revolutions of our minds.'

Harriet Mercer awarded Royal Holloway's first Creative Writing MA Prize

Congratulations to Harriet Mercer who has won the very first Royal Holloway Creative Writing MA Prize, awarded by the University of London. Established in 2014, the prize recognises the 'Best Creative Writing Project on the MA Creative Writing'.
Rave Reviews for Sarai Walker's New Novel 'Dietland'

Rave Reviews for Sarai Walker's New Novel 'Dietland'

Congratulations to former Creative Writing PhD students Sarai Walker on the publication of her new novel, Dietland. Walker's debut novel has already received rave reviews from Alice Sebold and the Guardian.


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