Month: July 2011

Belle Parricide opens in Washington

Belle Parricide, featuring University of Gloucestershire Creative Writing lecturer Lucy Tyler’s The Operators, has opened in Washington, DC to critical acclaim. The performance is comprised of five short plays that explore the historical figure of Beatrice Cenci (pictured), […]

  Uncategorized 11 July 2011  

Tyler Keevil wins Readers’ Prize

University of Gloucestershire Creative Writing lecturer Tyler Keevil’s first novel, Fireball, has won the Media Wales Readers’ Prize – the popular choice for the best English language book published in Wales this year. The prize was announced at […]

  Uncategorized 8 July 2011  

9/11 and the Literature of Terror

University of Gloucestershire Creative Writing lecturer Martin Randall’s monograph on cultural responses to the September 11th attacks has this month been released by Edinburgh University Press. It’s a thoughtful and complex book, but it’s also immensely readable; Randall […]

  Uncategorized 6 July 2011