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You may print one copy of any material on this website for your own personal, non-commercial use. The courses offer modules in all the creative genres and are underpinned by an element of English Literature.
It can be taken as a one year taught course with a further writing-up year, or part-time over four years. Modules are offered in all creative genres. BA and MA courses are taught by a staff of prominent, internationally renowned writers and lecturers, including poets Menna Elfyn and Samantha Wynne-Rydderch, poet and playwright Dic Edwards and poet, author and critic, Jeni Williams.
The PhD in Creative Writing combines a proposed manuscript fiction, poems or playscript with an element of supporting or contextualising research. The proposed manuscript will be volume length the natural length of a book, whether poetry or story collection, novel, or playscript. When we think of autumnwe will think of political chaos, the world in a terrible state of chassis.
And a November Supermoon, a moon that is said to drive people mad and cause natural disasters. Chaos is at the core of our birth as a universe, our natural state: He may well be right. As editor for this issue, my own personal chaos came in the form of words: I enjoyed reading every one, and selecting those which made it into the Review was a hard job indeed.
Everyone had interpreted the theme differently: For some, it represented emotional turbulence, a state of mind, perhaps the death of someone close. Submissions came in all shapes and sizes, and from  those whose names were both familiar and unfamiliar to me.
It was a particular pleasure to be able to publish new pieces from writers whose work I already knew and admired, such as Giles Goodland, Glyn Edwards and Phil Wood, along with fresh voices at the start of what will hopefully be long and successful writing careers.
We were also fortunate to attract submissions from all over the world, from Ian Smith who sent us beautifully-crafted poems from Australia, to Saddiq Dzukogi, a Nigerian writer who has twice been a finalist in the Association of Nigerian Authors Poetry Prize.
We had significantly more poetry submissions for this issue than prose pieces: Again, we explore a conflict of thoughts, a jumble of memory, loneliness and regrets, together with an old tragedy which still haunts him.
Crossing the boundaries between poetry and prose is Bethany W. As a poet, when it came to reading the poetry submissions, it was the strong visual images which stayed with me.
I looked for poems that would surprise, delight, poems whose images remained with me when I went to bed tired after a long day of editing, or where the authenticity of the voice resounded in my head the following morning. And responding to another work, this time a poem by Simon Armitage, Glyn Edwards gives us a topical and thought-provoking piece on the nature of social media in the modern age.
Submissions ranged from traditional stanza-based forms to much looser - but carefully controlled - poems where the visual effect was as important as the word-images and two in particular, by Margaret Quinn and Simon Cockle, effectively followed the movement of a trampoline and a maypole respectively by using non-traditional but highly effective poetry structures.
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