Student Toby Mercer is not only celebrating gaining a BA (Hons) degree in Creative Writing but also the birth of his first daughter.
A pilot creative project to encourage positive mental health among NHS staff is being trialled by an Edge Hill University academic and partners.
A games expert from Edge Hill University explains why there has been a surge in the popularity of board games as the nation celebrates World Chess Day today (20th July).
The longlist for the Edge Hill Short Story Prize, the only one of its kind in the UK, has been announced – and it’s an all-female line-up for the first time.
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.