Professor Paul Farley begins a new series of his BBC Radio Four poetry programme The Echo Chamber
Recent graduate Andrew McMillan has just won both a Somerset Maugham Award and an Eric Gregory Award for his 2015 poetry collection, physical (Jonathan Cape).
Professor Sharon Ruston will be giving a talk at the Wordsworth Trust on the 24th September on Sir Humphry Davy
How will we be living in 2051? How do we want to be living?
Following our Celebration of the Critical and Creative on the 3rd May a film has been produced.
The 3rd Annual Fantastika Conference is running at Lancaster University on July 4 & 5th 2016.
The shortlist for the 2016 Lancaster Writing Awards has been announced.
The new website for the Kurdish 'Many Women, Many Words' project is now live.
John Schad’s play, Nowhere Near London, is to be premiered at the Watford Palace Theatre (main auditorium) on Monday 4 July. Nowhere Near London is adapted from John’s novel The Late Walter Benjamin (Bloomsbury).
John Schad's play, 'Last Train', co-authored with Fred Dalmasso, and based on John's book Someone Called Derrida, is to be performed at the HowTheLightGetsIn Festival, Hay-on-Wye at the end of May.