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PhD candidate Claire Cox was chosen as project poet for Clean Seas Odyssey, a marine plastics initiative. Claire wrote, managed daily haiku social media posts
We are proud to share our Overall Student Satisfaction scores in the 2018 National Student Survey (NSS): 90% for English and 93% for Creative Writing!
Vote 100 Royal Holloway film to open Tolpuddle Radical Film Festival in Dorset on 20th July!
We are thrilled to welcome novelist and Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature Nadifa Mohamed to our permanent faculty!
Congratulations to Creative Writing MA alumna Kat Gordon, whose second novel, 'The Hunters' is out now!
Andrew Gibson will teach a series of masterclasses on `Criticism as Intervention and the Fiction of J.M. Coetzee' through the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice.
Royal Holloway leads the way: Professors Barry Bullen will be giving the keynote on Hardy and Robert Hampson will be giving the keynote on Conrad at the 'Objects in Hardy and Conrad' Conference at the Universite de Rouen.
Congratulations to Eley Williams has won the Republic of Consciousness Prize for Small Presses for her recent collection of short stories, Attrib. and other stories.
Charlie Lee-Potter's book, Writing the 9/11 Decade (Bloomsbury, 2016) has been shortlisted for this year’s University English book prize for the best book by an Early Career Researcher.
Agnieszka Studzinska, a research student in the English Department, will be one of 6 writers-in-residence at Chalkwell Hall, Southend-on-Sea.