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Thursday 28th April 2016

PhD graduate, Siv Jansson is literary advisor on forthcoming BBC drama

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English Department PhD graduate, Siv Jansson is currently acting as the Literary Advisor on the forthcoming BBC drama about the Bronte sisters.
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28/04/2016

Professor Robert Hampson interviewed for David Lean's documentary

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Professor Robert Hampson has been interviewed for a documentary on David Lean's unfulfilled dream of filming Joseph Conrad's novel, Nostromo.
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28/04/2016

PhD student Jennie Cole's new book of poems, Gargantua, is published by Blazevox

PhD student Jennie Cole's new book of poems, Gargantua, is published by Blazevox
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Congratulations to English Department PhD student, Jennie Cole, whose new book of poems, Gargantua, has been published by Blazevox.
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28/04/2016

Ben Markovits shortlisted for James Tait Black Prize

Ben Markovits shortlisted for James Tait Black Prize
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Congratulations to Ben Markovits whose novel, You Don't Have to Live Like This, has been shortlisted for the James Tait Black prize.
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28/04/2016
Thursday 21st April 2016

FINALISTS! NSS Countdown – have you had your say?

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FINALISTS! NSS Countdown – have you had your say?Just a week to go. A big THANKS to those that have already completed the survey.
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21/04/2016

Creative Writing PhD student, Joe Thomas sells two crime novels

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Congratulations to Creative Writing PhD, and former MA student, Joe Thomas, who has sold two crime novels to Arcadia Books. 'Paradise City' will be published in 2017 and 'Gringa' in 2018.
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21/04/2016

MA Creative Writing graduate, Barney Norris publishes first novel

MA Creative Writing graduate, Barney Norris publishes first novel
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Congratulations to Barney Norris, whose first novel Five Rivers Met on a Wooded Plain, is now out.
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21/04/2016

"This insubstantial pageant": Shakespeare's Utopian Realism

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Professor Kiernan Ryan will be giving a lecture entitled "This insubstantial pageant": Shakespeare's Utopian Realism at the 400th Anniversary on Conference on Shakespeare and Cervantes at the University of Alicante.
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21/04/2016
Thursday 14th April 2016

Poet in the City internship offers a "real 'first' job" in the arts

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Poet in the City, a London-based arts organisation which provides a platform for classical and contemporary poetry, partnered Royal Holloway to create a three-month internship; offering "a real 'first' job in the arts". The internship, funded and supported by Royal Holloway's Ignition Fund (a financial support which allows students the opportunity to undertake work placements they would've otherwise been unable to afford), creates "a rare opportunity for a young person to benefit from a meaningful, creative and challenging job with no prior experience."
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14/04/2016

'Shakespeare's Textual Bodies'; article by Jennifer Edwards

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As part of the British Library's 'Discovering Literature: Shakespeare' project, PhD student Jennifer Edwards has recently written an article entitled 'Shakespeare's Textual Bodies'.
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14/04/2016
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