Archive for November, 2012

Anna Selby shorlisted for Time Out award

UEA alumna Anna Selby has been shorlisted for the h.Club100 award, jointly sponsored by Time Out magazine and the Hospital Club to discover the most innovative and influential people in the British creative industries. She is nominated in the Publi...

Christie Watson wins Red magazine award

UEA graduate Christie Watson has been announced as winner of the ‘Creative’ category of Red magazine’s ‘Red’s Hot Women Awards’, which celebrate the achivements of women from a range of careers. The winners will be featured in the Janua...

Christie Watson nominated for Red magazine award

UEA graduate Christie Watson has been included in the shortlist of five contenders for the ‘Creative’ category of Red magazine’s ‘Red’s Hot Women Awards’, which celebrate the achivements of women from a range of careers. The winners wil...

Amit Chaudhuri wins Infosys Prize

UEA Professor of Contemporary Literature Amit Chaudhuri has won the 2012 Infosys Prize for outstanding contribution to the Humanities in Literary Studies. The jury for the £30,000 pound award includes Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen, Harvard professor ...

Amit Chaudhuri wins Infosys Prize

UEA Professor of Contemporary Literature Amit Chaudhuri has won the 2012 Infosys Prize for outstanding contribution to the Humanities in...

Night Journey by Richard Lambert

‘Night Journey’ is the first full-length collection of poetry from UEA alumnus Richard Lambert and has just been published by...

‘Night Journey’ by Richard Lambert

'Night Journey' is the first full-length collection of poetry from UEA alumnus Richard Lambert and has just been published by Eyewear. Richard (pictured) has a PhD in Medieval History from the University of Bristol and completed the MA in Prose Fic...

UEA authors in Unthology No.3

Five UEA Creative Writing alumni have been included in the third anthology of new short fiction by independent publisher Unthank Books. ‘Unthology No.3’ (pictured) is edited by Robin Jones and Ashley Stokes and contains new work by MA graduates...

Jane Willis wins Biographers Club Prize

Jane Willis, a graduate of the first UEA Life Writing MA course in 2001, has been announced as the winner of this year’s £2,000 Tony Lothian Prize for ‘Marguerite, Byron and the Literary Factory’. The prize is given for the best proposal by ...

New short stories by K.J. Orr

‘The Inland Sea’ by UEA Creative Writing alumna K.J. (Katherine) Orr is to be published this month by Daunt Books in a special limited edition (pictured), while ‘Elegy For A Bio-Pirate’ has been commissioned by Comma Press for the forthcomi...

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