Department of English and Modern Languages

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      Hilary Mantel

      “The university is internationally recognised as a leader in Creative Writing” »

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      Philip Pullman

      “Among the Creative Writing courses that I’ve seen – and I’ve seen quite a lot now – the one I’ve seen at Oxford Brookes is certainly one of the best.” »

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      Annie Murray

      Her final project novel, entitled A New Map of Love was published by Pan Macmillan under the name Abi Oliver and she continues to write bestselling historical novels as Annie Murray, for Pan Macmillan.

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      Anne Youngson

      MA graduate and current PhD student, her first novel (2018), has already sold around the world »

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      Helen Eve

      Her debut novel, Stella, was published by Macmillan in 2014 »

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      Catherine Chanter

      Her first full length work of fiction, The Well, won the Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize in 2013 »

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      Kit de Waal

      Shortlisted for the 2014 Costa Short Story prize »

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      Liam Brown

      His debut novel, Real Monsters, published in 2015 by Legend Press »

  • Annual showcase

    Among the Creative Writing courses that I’ve seen – and I’ve seen quite a lot now – the one I’ve seen at Oxford Brookes is certainly one of the best.

    Philip Pullman

    Thursday 9 May 2013

    Students from Oxford Brookes’ Creative Writing MA course faced an evening that was both thrilling and nerve-wracking on Thursday when they had the opportunity to showcase their work to a group of literary agents, publishers and one of the world’s best-selling writers.

    The event took place as part of Oxford Brookes’ residency at the city’s Pegasus Theatre.

    Thursday 10 May 2012

    Students from Oxford Brookes’ Creative Writing MA course faced an evening that was both thrilling and nerve-wracking on Thursday when they had the opportunity to showcase their work to a group of literary agents, publishers and one of the world’s best-selling writers.

    Of fifteen hopefuls, seven had been selected by writer Kate Clanchy, Oxford’s City Poet and Creative Writing Fellow at Brookes, to present extracts of their work to the literary professionals as well as to novelist Phillip Pullman, who is also a Creative Writing Fellow on the Brookes course.

    As a direct result of the evening, two students are now in talks with agents and could land a publishing deal that will establish them in the literary world.

    The event took place as part of Oxford Brookes’ inaugural residency at the city’s Pegasus Theatre.