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Creative Writing at Oxford Brookes can open doors to your creativity that you didn't even know existed.
Watch the inspirational story of the Anne Youngson, author of Meet Me at the Museum, who found acclaim in her retirement after studying Creative Writing at Oxford Brookes.
Loraine Fergusson explains why studying MA Creative Writing has been so valuable for her as a writer.
Maria Suarez Ruiz talks about studying MA Creative Writing at Oxford Brookes University.
Kat Lund talks about her experience of studying MA in Creative Writing at Oxford Brookes University.
I mean it sincerely when I say how honoured I am to receive a doctorate from this university ― a special honour for an author because the university is internationally recognised as a leader in Creative Writing and Publishing Studies Hilary Mantel, on being awarded an honorary doctorate, June 2015
I mean it sincerely when I say how honoured I am to receive a doctorate from this university ― a special honour for an author because the university is internationally recognised as a leader in Creative Writing and Publishing Studies
Kit de Waal, an alumni of the MA Creative Writing talks about her experiences on the course, her path as a writer and gives advice to current students on their own careers. Kit has recently secured a three book deal with Penguin.
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
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.
An Anthology of Oxford Brookes Creative Writing
With readings from Patience Agbabi, Freya Alexander, Philip Pullman, Rose Stevens, James Meek, Eleanor Lowe, Kate Clanchy, Isobel Brown, Nikita Lalwani, Harry James Woodward, Rachel Norman, Debbie Wedge, Mandy Robotham, Alexander Jacoby, Sarah Dunant, and Simon Kövesi.
Author Meg Rosoff in conversation with Helen Newdick and Rachel Norman, two MA Creative Writing students, about Voice: How to figure out what you should be writing about.
Novelist Philip Hensher discussed his new novel Scenes from Early Life with his husband, Zaved Mahmood, on whose early life the work is based at this year’s Oxford Literary Festival.
Annual showcase of the MA Creative Writing course at the Pegasus Theatre, Thursday 10 May 2012
Crying at journalists, meeting literary agents, having mini breakdowns and hating Cloud Atlas: how I spent my first year as a master's student