In the most recent national assessment (REF 2014) we were ranked third in our discipline for research power. Our research is uniquely shaped by the juxtaposition of the critical and the creative and by our location in the historic city of Lancaster, with its medieval castle and the nearby Lake District, home of Romanticism. We enjoy strong links with the Ruskin Library, the Wordsworth Centre, Lancaster Literature Festival and are home to the Centre for Transcultural Writing and Research.
How is creative writing taught? Can Creative Writing be taught? What kinds of things do the students do on your courses? ✍️✍️✍️ Dr Zoe Lambert and Dr Eoghan Walls discuss what it's like to study Creative Writing at Lancaster University. https://t.co/ICtjAlWPKv https://t.co/qvt5tPx1hD