Tony Sharpe delivers lecture on Robert Frost: “Whose Woods These Are I Think I Know”.
A Lancaster University PhD student and associate lecturer has won the 2017 Bristol Short Story Prize, an international writing competition open to writers worldwide.
‘Cheesecloth mists’, rain ‘that hissed like steak or fish in a skillet’, and the ‘haze of dust and heat-wavering roads’ of South Africa….
Author and lecturer, Jenn Ashworth, has been commissioned to write for 'Hometown Tales' a series published by Orion.
A free online course, organised by Lancaster University, will examine one of the best-known men of science of the nineteenth century.
Have you ever wondered how Wordsworth came to write his poetry and what inspired him?
Lancaster_Words, a three-day celebration of all things literary which took place from Thursday 6th July to Saturday 8th July, was a great success, with almost 1,000 participants attending over twenty events.
Head of Department Professor Sally Bushell spends a month in China
Professor Paul Farley featured on live broadcast of Dawn Chorus for BBC Radio 4
Professor Catherine Spooner on Goths and Twin Peaks for the BBC and ‘The Conversation’