Tag: University of Chichester

The Royal Literary Fund supporting writers and writing since 1790

This month I am delighted and honoured to take up my new post as Royal Literary Fund (RLF) Fellow at the University of Chichester, where I will be resident two days a week to offer writing support to all students. The RLF has been…

Writer in Residence Blog – ‘Finding Voices, Changing Voices’

“While giving voice to the ‘voiceless’, writers are also working to establish their own voice” – Karen Stevens, Editor of Writing a First Novel (Palgrave MacMillan, 2014). My own debut novel, Glasshopper, first started out as a short story, back in 2005.  It was…

Writer in Residence Interview: Karen Stevens on her new anthology ‘Writing a First Novel’

This month in my role as Writer in Residence at University of Brighton, I presented a ‘Writing a First Novel’ event at Grand Parade, with a panel of writers (Nina de la Mer, Hannah Vincent and me) chatting with publisher Candida Lacey from Myriad…