Monthly Archives: September 2011

Andrew Garvin contributes to a new play, ‘The Trackers’

Andrew Garvin has contributed to a performance of the satyric play by Sophocles – entitled The Trackers. He co-operated on the English version of the play, which is contained in the book and programme for this performance. The performance of the play was generated … Continue reading

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Frome Festival Short Story Win

  Jacq Molloy, a tutor on Creative Writing courses A215 and A363, won the Frome short story prize over the summer with her story ‘Wake’. The competition attracted over 550 international entries. Literary agent Jane Judd wrote to Jacq to … Continue reading

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Amelia And The Virgin: Saints and their devils

I will be reading from my forthcoming novel, Amelia and the Virgin at the Ilkley Fringe Festival on October 10th at 9pm. As well as extracts from the novel, I will also be giving a talk on the research that … Continue reading

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Jackie Wills featured in world poets series

A215 associate lecturer Jackie Wills is featured in a world poets  series put together by the celebrated poet and editor, Sudeep Sen.   Jackie, based in Brighton, is working on her fifth collection of poetry. The World Poetry Portfolio, published on … Continue reading

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Ida and Louise – a radio commission for Jane Purcell

I’ve just been commissioned to write a five part Woman’s Hour Drama based on the lives of Ida and Louise Cook.   Both were avid opera lovers and during their travels to Europe in the 1930s became aware of the persecution … Continue reading

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