Molly Burns, a PhD student from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, wrote a monologue for Journeys Festival International. Mulberry Tree was read out at the Journeys Festival International Weekender that took place last month.
University of Portsmouth and the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries invites you to join us to celebrate the recent publication, Cultivating Extreme Art Cinema – Text, Paratext and Home Video Culture, written by Visual Culture Lecturer Simon Hobbs.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are pleased to share A Literary Mystery Event organised by Dr Alison Habens.
A group of students from the University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, worked as part of the Creative Crew, to help school pupils across Portsmouth.
University of Portsmouth CCI Creative Writing students are being given the opportunity to have their work published, with Sweet Cherry Publishing.
Lorraine Dancer, graduate of the University of Portsmouth’s BA (Hons) Eduucation and Training Studies and MA Creative Writing, has had an e-book published.
Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing, Holly Howitt-Dring has had a flash fiction piece published in an anthology where all profits will go to Comic Relief. The book, Funny Bone, is available now.
With a strong literary history including Charles Dickens, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and HG Wells, Portsmouth is a wondrous place for fiction. Portsmouth BookFest continues the exciting creative writing tradition, hosting exciting events across the city featuring popular and accessible authors.