Eddie Price and Kate Wilson (2nd Year Creative Writing Students) report on their visit to London to attend the Edge Hill Short Story Prize award ceremony. On Friday 25th October 2019, we were part of a group of students from Edge Hill University who travelled down to London to attend the Edge Hill Short Story […]
5th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference Department of English, History and Creative Writing Tuesday 2 April 2019 This event is designed to celebrate the significant contribution that our postgraduates, from MA/MRes to PhD, make not only to the Department of English, History and Creative Writing but to Edge Hill University. This is an opportunity for our […]
Abbie took the ﬁrst step towards turning her hobby into a dream career by applying to study Creative Writing at Edge Hill.
In her role as Assistant Editor at Thomson Reuters, Shannon Eden has found that she’s not only able to draw on the skills she learnt on her Creative Writing course, but ﬁnds that her job is also having a positive impact on her own writing.
To succeed in the creative arts, it’s not enough simply to complete a degree in the area of your practice. You must be willing to get out into the world, make contacts, and ﬁnd opportunities to develop your art in real-life contexts.
Harriet Hirshman started her undergraduate degree knowing little more than that she wanted to write, and left with an ambition to be a short story author while pursuing a career in publishing.
Since graduating, Bill Bulloch has worked hard to keep his creative momentum going and use the skills he learnt on his course in a practical and employable way.
One of the biggest challenges of any aspiring writer is balancing the need to write and the desire to live a comfortable life.
Ryan made the transition from Creative Writing student to Playwright, Producer and Founder of his own theatre company, Theatre in Black, while still at university.