English are pleased to report three new publications from current and incoming students of Creative Writing.
Nathan Walker, currently registered part-time and in his second year, has published a pamphlet entitled Tek Hod with a brand new small press based in Liverpool called Dock Road Press. He performed from the work at a launch reading on the 16th June. See his website here: http://www.nathan-walker.co.uk/
Joey Frances, who will be commencing his AHRC-funded research in October, has published his first collection, called a l’instar de with the NW-based small press Knives Forks and Spoons (run by Salford graduate Alec Newman). See his tumblr posting here: http://bubblethesedatasets.tumblr.com/post/145584383963/8616
Nia Davies will begin her AHRC-funded doctoral research this Autumn starting with attending our MA in Creative Writing: Innovation and Experiment. Her new chapbook Çekoslovakyalılaştıramadıklarımızdanmısınız or Long Words is now available from Hafan Press. The book was discussed on BBC Radio Three on 19th June in a show about the 1936 International Surrealist exhibition. See Nia’s website here: https://niadavieslit.com/
Congratulations to all!
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