The UWE Creative and Professional Writing Class of 2020 has produced a fantastic – and fantastically varied – range of work, from scripts for feature films, TV and stage, plus fiction in a variety of genres (including historical, crime, fantasy and Young Adult) to articles, social media adverts, and business and marketing copy for professional clients.
Samuel Whitlock has won the Silk Prize for fiction, as well as working with the Digital Culture Research Centre and with copywriting agency Rin Hamburgh & Co. Charlotte Shields has performed her work on BBC Radio Bristol. Owen Bramman-Lewis has had his jukebox musical staged in both Bristol and London, while James Matthews has been working as deputy editor for a motorsport news site. And Lydia Cerguera, Meg Headford and Alice Beresford have designed and delivered highly successful writing workshops with community and nursing groups in The Gambia.
Click here https://uwewritenow.co.uk/ to find out more, and to read their work.