Organisers of Edge Hill University’s 11th annual Short Story Prize are delighted to announce the longlist for 2017.
The work of Edge Hill’s esteemed Professor of Poetry and Poetics is going to be celebrated at a special event next week (Wednesday 8 March).
A number of influential activists are visiting Ormskirk for a series of guest seminars at Edge Hill University. World-famous human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell, who was once arrested by the secret police, the Stasi, in East Berlin is amongst the speakers. The coming months will see visits from Pragna Patel, founder of ‘Southall Black Sisters’, […]
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Submissions for Edge Hill University’s 11th annual Short Story Prize are now open.
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A talented writer has graduated from Edge Hill with a Chancellor’s Scholarship rewarding her work on the University’s new literary press.
One of South-East Asia’s leading new poets and translators Maung Day will be visiting Edge Hill as the University’s first International Writer in Residence.
Edge Hill University is taking part in this year’s Being Human: A Festival of the Humanities, with a series of events supporting the themes around hope and fear.