Month: November 2014

Inaugural UoG Novel Writing Contest Finalists Announced!

It’s been an exciting semester on the course, with further staff and student publications, prizes won, and the launch of the hugely popular, student-led magazine Show Don’t Tell.  This week has been particularly buzzing as we gear up […]

  Uncategorized 28 November 2014  

The Carnival is Coming…

Hear that? There’s something blowing across the Cotswolds, stirring the wheat fields and beech trees. On the wind the crisp scent of autumn (an odd mix of mulched leaves and mulled wine and firecracker sulfur and endings that come before […]

  Uncategorized 20 November 2014  

Show Don’t Tell Issue 2 Launch!

After the barnstorming success of the first issue of the new student-led UoG Creative Writing magazine, Show Don’t Tell, the editorial team have been hard at work on the follow-up, which looks to be even better.  Among other […]

  Uncategorized 17 November 2014  

Open mic night this Tuesday

We’re looking forward to the latest Creative Writing students’ open mic night tomorrow. The theme is ‘remembrance’, which you’re free to interpret however you want. As always, it’s a chance to share your prose, poems, and plays with […]

  Uncategorized 10 November 2014  

Tyler’s Triumph: UoG lecturer wins $10,000 Journey Prize

On Saturday we blogged about Tyler Keevil, the University of Gloucestershire’s BA Course Leader for Creative Writing, being shortlisted for the prestigious Writers’ Trust of Canada Journey Prize. Well… he’s only gone and won it! Congratulations to Tyler […]

  Uncategorized 5 November 2014  

Prizes, publications, and performances: more success for UoG Creative Writers

Happy news, fellow writers. As the man himself would say, we’re all super-excited for Tyler Keevil. The BA course leader has been shortlisted for the Writers’ Trust of Canada Journey Prize for his story ‘Sealskin.’ The Journey Prize […]

  Uncategorized 1 November 2014