Department lecturer Deborah Andrews debut novel is celebrated.
The exhibition, Perspectives of Devastation: Images of London 1940-44, explores how artists depict war.
Jenn will be speaking about short stories during the 3 day festival in Gateshead this March
Tajinder Singh Hayer will be on attachment at the National Theatre Studio from January to June 2017.
Professor Sally Bushell and Professor Keith Hanley to visit East Asia.
‘Apocalyptic Fiction’ is published on the 26th January
Jacob Polley, a former undergraduate and postgraduate student, wins prestigious TS Eliot prize.
Second year PhD Student Declan Lloyd writes for The Guardian on how Salvador Dali could help solve the riddle of JD Ballard’s billboards.
Essay chosen to reflect 30 years of high standard journal publishing.
Taking Place on Friday 24th March 2017 at Lancaster University