The MSc in Creative Writing draws upon the outstanding existing research and teaching strengths of members of the Department of English Literature at Edinburgh University.
Dilys Rose writes fiction, poetry and libretti and enjoys collaboration with visual artists and composers. She has a particular interest in the short story, flash fiction and concrete poetry. She has published ten books.
Robert Alan Jamieson is the author of four novels, three collections of poetry, and three plays. He works in both English and Shetlandic.
Dr Alan Gillis is a poet, critic and current editor of Edinburgh Review with three published collections and a particular critical interest and expertise in modern and contemporary poetry.
Alan Warner, currently the University’s Writer in Residence, is the author of six novels. His work has received numerous awards and accolades.
Dr Allyson Stack’s short stories have appeared in numerous journals and her first novel is a work of historical fiction. She specializes in North American fiction of the 19th and 20th centuries, fiction writers writing about writing, and psychoanalytic theory, particularly the work of Jean Laplanche and Luce Irigaray.
This article was published on Jun 2, 2011