There are many Creative Writing MA pathways to choose from, depending on your wish to study in a workshop, via one on one correspondence with your tutor, taking modules, or to combine Creative Writing with English Literary Studies.
MA Creative Writing (by independent project) - full time only.
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Go to the Luminary» The Flash Journal is an undergraduate run termly journal which publishes fiction, poetry, critical and hybrid work by current Lancaster undergrads.
There is also scope for work experience with local publishers....
[-] Overview At the heart of the Manchester Writing School are our Master's programmes in Creative Writing, available to study on campus in Manchester, and also from anywhere in the world via online distance learning.Top Master of Art Programs in Creative Writing in United Kingdom 2019/2020 Harness the power of language and develop your distinctive voice as a writer.Course details Next start date: 23 September 2019 Application deadline: 16 September 2019 Duration: two years (part-time) Format: online, with optional face-to-face events Total fees for the two-year course: £9,400 Entry requirements A minimum 2.2 Bachelor Honours degree or international equivalent.All students give a reading from work in progress at our annual MA Showcase - previous events have been held in partnership with Lancaster Lit Fest and the Dukes theatre. Depending on which course you take you will study core modules within that subject and optional modules in the other subject.Students will complete either a Creative Writing or English Literature Cake publishes poetry, flash fiction and reviews with work from established poets and newcomers alike.In this pathway, you will work on a year long project of your choice.You will need to outline your proposed project (a collection of short stories, poems, a script, extracts from a longer fiction, creative non-fiction or life writing piece) briefly in your application.Introducing the MA Black British Writing - “It’s a story that hasn’t really been told” This MA is: World first.Nowhere else in the world can you study this field in such a richly, referenced way - in the actual country where the writing is produced. Writing as perceived in its broadest form on and off the page and screen. It will be taught by Professor Joan Anim-Addo and Dr Deirdre Osborne, who share its vision and will co-teach the modules. We welcome applications from a broad spectrum of people – those seeking academic careers, professionals who are returning to learning, artists who wish to develop their analytic and critical thinking skills.MA Creative Writing (distance learning) - part time only.You will work on a specific project of your choice in a one to one correspondence with one of our distance tutors and engage with your peers during online workshops or conferences and annual summer schools. The generalist pathway offers a free choice of modules in prose fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction and dramatic forms, whilst the specialist pathway in Poetry, Prose Fiction or Creative Non-Fiction sees two of four modules, and a creative project, focusing on your chosen specialism.