Seven Questions for UEA Alumnus John Boyne on his recent visit to Norwich to support the Malcolm Bradbury Memorial Trust
From the UEA archive: Chris Bigsby interviews the acclaimed author of The Satanic Verses, Salman Rushdie.
James Scudamore with some wise words for aspiring writers, excerpted from Full Circle's 'Body of Work' anthology.
Andrew Miller, the Costa Book Award winner for 2012, on his progress from sickness to cure while writing his Booker-shortlisted novel, Oxygen.
Luke Williams remembers twelve seminars with W. G. Sebald.
Rebecca Stott on history writing and the boundaries between fiction and non-fiction, after Sebald.
Chris Bigsby interviews the Kafka and Booker prize-winning Irish author, John Banville. UEA Archive.
Always I am asked if Creative Writing can be taught. The spark can’t, no, but the practising can...
John Boyne reflects entertainingly on his time at UEA as student and then tutor.
There is a quote about acting that I think comes from Harrison Ford: ‘It’s the being famous I get paid for. The acting I would do for free.’