A writer of and about short stories from Edge Hill University says that winning this year’s Northbound Book Award will change his life.
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.
A talented Creative Writing student described by judges as an “exciting writer” has been commended in a national poetry competition.
Care home residents can now listen to literature classics recorded by Creative Writing students, with the aim of providing some comfort during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Working mum Tamsin James has attracted interest from a publisher within hours of winning the MA Prize at this year’s Edge Hill Short Story Prize award ceremony.
The winner of last year’s Edge Hill Short Story Prize, acclaimed author Tessa Hadley, has commended the award’s ‘gathering prestige’ ahead of this year’s ceremony.
An equal balance of female and male writers are shortlisted for this year’s prestigious Edge Hill Short Story Prize, worth £10,000.
A student who faced “challenge upon challenge” while studying at Edge Hill University, has battled this adversity to graduate with a First Class Honours degree in Creative Writing and Film Studies.
Edge Hill University students enjoyed an enriching learning experience when they travelled to the central Spanish city of Zaragoza.
Edge Hill University students were the focus of attention after helping launch their newest creative work at the UK’s largest Games Expo at Birmingham NEC.