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Widespread acclaim for new Sylvia Plath biography
Robbie Arnott wins inaugural Hedberg Writer-in-Residence award
They’re denying us a basic human right, and that will never be okay
Show must go… online
Plant scientist finds fertile ground in poetry
Responding to pandemic through poetry
UBCO fall 2020 writer in residence seeks community writing submissions
Times and Sunday Times rank Warwick as one of UK’s top 10 universities
Screen Queensland Strengthens Executive Team
How narrative visualisation can help combat misinformation about COVID-19
Word Fest 2020 features University of Canterbury scholars and CUP authors
Benjamin Law delivers online talk
Seed of an idea blossoms into published novel
AI: a long and winding road
Good Universities Guide awards top marks to Southern Cross
Entries open for 2020 Mayoral Creative Writing Prize
Discover Southern Cross live and online this Open Day
New writer-in-residence program will nurture next generation of literary talent
AI centre stage in new take on Festival Fringe
New online Varuna Fellowships and Disability Arts Program in Katherine
Live July brings arts to you
Coventry Creates: local artists receive grant from city universities
Pompey Pirates make reading and writing fun for the disadvantaged
Lancaster retains top ten position in Complete University Guide 2021
Blockchain to rescue of small publishers
Serena’s Stepping Into story – Invisible but there, not all disabilities can be seen
Creative COVID19 Grants Update
Write a prize-winner for Lord Mayor’s Creative Writing Awards
Library arts competition to let creativity fly free
Creative collaborations connect arts, sciences, community
Storyfest writing competition open for residents aged 8-18
Write a masterpiece in social isolation
Crowdsourcing plot lines to help creative process
Scholarship offers new chapter for aspiring author
45 Malaysian Chevening scholars returned from UK
Okanagan icon John Lent is UBCO’s writer-in-residence
Authors trek diverse paths to get published