A Creative Writing graduate from Edge Hill University is continuing to write her own future, landing a dream job at a Liverpool publishing company.
High profile British journalist and featured author of this year’s Big Read book Emily Maitlis, is set to be interviewed by Edge Hill students in an exclusive virtual event this month.
An Edge Hill Creative Writing tutor and her partner have collected 100 powerful stories and poems from people all over the world and put them into a new book, 100 Words of Solitude: Global Voices in Lockdown 2020.
A Creative Writing student who was awarded Edge Hill’s Excellence Scholarship has turned her talents into a career after launching her own games development studio.
The winner of the prestigious Edge Hill Short Story Prize has been revealed as award-winning writer Shelley Day, who scooped the top prize with her debut collection of mostly flash fiction.
The latest work of celebrated poet and writer Simon Maddrell is set to be unveiled in a virtual launch event hosted by GenSex and artdoesnotgetyouajob in partnership with Edge Hill University.
The contenders for this year’s Edge Hill Short Story Prize have been revealed with an all-female shortlist and a focus on works from small publishers.
An Edge Hill University academic has been awarded a prestigious British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship to support her research into the little-known correspondence of famous Scottish writer and hill-walker Nan Shepherd.
An Edge Hill University alumna and primary school teacher has published her debut young adult fantasy novel.
Student Toby Mercer is not only celebrating gaining a BA (Hons) degree in Creative Writing but also the birth of his first daughter.