To mark National Writing Day (24th June), Edge Hill University is celebrating news that alumnus Carys Bray has released her latest book When the Lights Go Out to critical acclaim.
Psychologist, author and broadcaster Professor Geoff Beattie from Edge Hill University has received international recognition for his ground-breaking work on trophy hunting and climate change.
To mark the birthday today (6th April) of Lancashire-born artist and writer Leonora Carrington, Edge Hill University academics have been able to pay tribute to her life and work in a new book.
An Edge Hill University academic has written a monograph about American screenwriter, director, producer, comic book writer, and composer Joss Whedon.
Staff, students and children from local schools formed a ‘human book chain’ at Edge Hill University to mark the its brand new £27m Catalyst building.
An Edge Hill academic has been interviewed in the journal Punk & Post-Punk about his lyrics taking on a new life as poetry.
Why do we say one thing and then do something completely different? In his new book, Edge Hill psychologist Professor Geoff Beattie explains how the conflicting subsystems of the human mind, one slow, deliberate and conscious, one fast, automatic and unconscious, operate together to such telling effect.
Andrew Millie, Professor of Criminology at Edge Hill, is the editor of a prestigious new book series for Policy Press entitled New Horizons in Criminology.
Edge Hill University is launching its own literary press, as a joint enterprise with Glasgow-based independent publisher Freight Books.
Watch highlights from the hugely successful event at edge Hill university with much-loved author Frank Cottrell Boyce reading from his award-winning book The Unforgotten Coat.