7th February: Marianne Boruch.
Conference Room, David Hume Tower. 6.30 - 8pm
8th March: In Association with International Women's Day: Philippa Gregory, best selling author and the University of Edinburgh's Alumna of the Year 2009. Room G.1, Paterson's Land, Holyrood, Edinburgh EH8 8AQ. 6pm.
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8th March: "Translated Identities": An event to mark International Women's Day bringing together creative writers, scholars and critics. The event is free but booking is essential as space is limited. To book email email@example.com. See here for full details:
21st March: "Cadaver, Speak"--poems from the Dissection Lab by Marianne Boruch, Fulbright/Visiting Professor, Department of English Literature Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities
Read by the author with students from the University of Edinburgh Medical School and Dept. of English Literature
5:30, Old Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Old Medical School, Teviot Place, Door 3, first floor
Free to all - Reception to follow
22nd March: Student Writing Prize Awards, with readings by the winners; followed by our annual Creative Writing Staff Reading (Alice Thompson, Robert Alan Jamieson, Miriam Gamble, Allyson Stack, Dilys Rose and Alan Gillis). Faculty Room South, David Hume Tower. 6.30 - 8.30pm
28th March: Honorary Fellows, Andrew Greig and Douglas Dunn. Robson Lecture Theatre, Robson Building, George Square. 6.30 - 8pm
25th April: Alan Warner Reading. Lecture Theatre 175, Old College, South Bridge. 6.30 - 8pm.
11th May: ‘The Business of Writing’: a series of panel discussions involving publishers, agents and editors, giving advice and information to budding writers (panellists tbc). Teviot Dining Room, 2pm-5:30pm.
11th May, MSc Creative Writing Student’s Reading. Teviot Dining Room, 8pm-late.
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This article was published on Nov 6, 2012