Poetry: Andrew Taylor, Rory Waterman
Fiction: David Belbin, Eve Makis
Screenwriting: Anthony Cropper, William Ivory (Visiting Professor)
This program offers competitive bursaries; please see the website for details.
Each year, the MA in Creative Writing students at Nottingham Trent University publish an annual anthology of creative writing. The program also has close links with the Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, the TLS, and other literary organizations, publishers and agents, as well as publications and presses including the staff-run New Walk Editions and Erbacce. There are also prestigious work experience placements and writers' residencies available only to successful applicants from our program.
The MA in Creative Writing at Nottingham Trent University is one of the longest established postgraduate courses of its kind in the UK with a strong record of publication by its graduates.
The program also offers concentrations in children's and young adult fiction and writing for stage, radio, and screen.
Students can attend the program full-time for one year or part-time for two years.