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An Oxford Brookes academic is playing a key role in a major documentary series on BBC this spring.
Oxford Brookes University has won a nationally recognised award for its excellence in giving emerging poets the chance to showcase their work through published pamphlets.
A five-part radio series featuring the work of the Veterans' Poetry Workshop at Oxford Brookes University will feature on the British Forces Broadcasting Service (BFBS) from Monday 3 August - Friday 7 August at 10.30 am daily.
The SaveAsWriters competition theme was All Things Moon – and commemorated the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landings. The challenge was to produce a short story up to 2500 words with a connection to the moon.
A series of free talks and discussions led by Dr Eric White and Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre.
Occupations & Interruptions: A Poetry Workshop For Carers is inspired by the work and life of Victorian poet Christina Rossetti and led by poet Dr Sarah Hesketh and Rossetti expert Dr Dinah Roe.
Are you ready to take your poetry to the next level? Do you have a growing file of poems, but aren’t sure how to publish them? Are you wondering about how to get your first pamphlet together? This course aims to help you achieve your goal of being a ‘proper’ published poet, and to develop a more professional approach to your writing.