Robin Hood, naughty tea, and nostalgia – in a nutshell, this was my Saturday. Thanks to my friend Colleen – or rather, her father’s desire to know if Sherwood Forest is a real place (it is) – I returned to Nottingham for a day and navigated the cobbled streets as if I was a native. 548 more words
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Another day, another grumpy old writer proclaiming creative writing courses are rubbish and writing can’t be taught.
This time, it’s Hanif Kureishi. It seems I can’t go more than a few weeks at a time without stumbling over the same nonsense, albeit spewed from different mouths – now partly, that’s my fault for being plugged into the literary-arts cycle of blogs and papers. 1,557 more words
I’ve been a bad blogger. This I know.
The last time I posted was just about three weeks ago. THREE WEEKS.
Part of me wants to say there’s no excuse; that I’m sorry, and like your dirt-bag ex, it will never happen again. 986 more words
The School of Philosophy at the University of East Anglia is offering up to three partial scholarships of £1,000. These scholarships are awarded to students studying on the MA Environmental Sciences and Humanities (MA/MSc). 19 more words
Students from the UEA School of American Studies Visit the 2AD to Learn from the Past & Engage with the Present
American history undergraduate students from the University of East Anglia visited the 2nd Air Division Memorial Library for their seminar on the Second World War. 251 more words