UEA Creative Writing Course in India

Amit Chaudhuri

Following the successful launch of its creative writing workshops in India last year, UEA will be offering a third workshop in Calcutta this April. The course will be led by two prize-winning novelists: UEA Professor of Contemporary Literature Amit Chaudhuri (pictured) and Dundee Professor of Writing Practice and Study, Kirsty Gunn. Modelled on UEA’s Creative Writing MA, the eight-day course will be aimed at students who wish to develop their skills as writers of fiction through a series of intensive workshops, tutorials, lectures, public talks and other events. Twenty-four places are available on the course, which begins on 3rd April 2014. The deadline for applications is 20th February. Course fees are Rs25,000 (Indian rupees), approximately £290 (British pounds), excluding accommodation. Applicants should send a 2,000 word sample of their writing with a CV and a reference to Beatrice Poubeau at b.poubeau@uea.ac.uk. Alternatively, paper applications can be posted to The School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing, University of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park, Norwich NR4 7TJ, United Kingdom. Further information can be found at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/literature/creative-writing/creative-writing-india-workshop

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