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MA in Creative Writing

This qualification is an opportunity to develop your skills as a writer in fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction and scriptwriting for film, radio and the stage. You'll be able to write in a genre of your choice and experiment with at least one other through practical and inspiring activities. You'll work towards producing a substantial piece of your own creative writing to a professional standard. You'll also hone your practice through sharing, reading and critiquing the writing work of your peers in online forums.

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Advanced creative writing

develops your writing ability by widening your generic range and developing your knowledge of style. The module works on the forms introduced in the OU level 2 module (A215) ? fiction, poetry and life writing ? and supplements these with dramatic writing, showing you how to write for stage, radio and film. You'll explore how these scriptwriting skills might enhance your prose style, improve your writing across the range of forms, and further develop your individual style and voice. The module offers guidance on professional layouts for the dramatic media, and is a natural progression from (A215).

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Reading and studying literature

This module will introduce you to the study of English literature by looking at a selection of texts from the Renaissance to the present day. The module offers a stimulating mix of classic texts and less well-known works from a range of genres, including drama, poetry and prose fiction as well as autobiography and travel-writing. An overarching concern of the module is the uses we make in the present of the literature of the past.

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Poem – Mar neu O'r Blaen (Then and Now)

Mar neu O'r Blaen (Then and Now) is a poem by Barbara Candlish, written in a creative writing workshop run by the Blaenau Gwent REACH project at Aberbeeg Community Centre in spring 2020.

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Poem – Pandemic 2020, Coronavirus 19 reminiscent

Pandemic 2020, Coronavirus 19 reminiscent is a poem by Barbara Candlish, written in a creative writing workshop run by the Blaenau Gwent REACH project at Aberbeeg Community Centre.

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Poem – The Welsh Miner’s Wife

The Welsh Miner’s Wife is a poem by Katharine Marquis, written in a creative writing workshop run by the Blaenau Gwent REACH project at Aberbeeg Community Centre in spring 2020.

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Poem – Bathed in Birdsong

Bathed in Birdsong is a poem by Susan Davies, written in a creative writing workshop run by the Blaenau Gwent REACH project at Aberbeeg Community Centre in spring 2020.  

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Poem – My Lovely Valley

My Lovely Valley is a poem by Stephen Davies, written in a creative writing workshop run by the Blaenau Gwent REACH project at Aberbeeg Community Centre in spring 2020.  

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Modron, painting and poem

This stunning painting and stirring poem go hand in hand. Both are about Modron, a mother figure from medieval Welsh folklore.

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Blaenau Gwent REACH

An online exhibition celebrating the people and stories of Blaenau Gwent in south east Wales.

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Creative writing – Blaenau Gwent REACH

These poems, dialogues and recollections capture how some of the residents of Blaenau Gwent feel about the history of the area and their experiences of living there. They were written by participants in creative writing workshops run by the BG REACH project at Aberbeeg Community Centre in spring 2020.

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World Poetry Day

21st March is World Poetry Day. Take a look at a range of powerful poems in our poetry prescription tool, view our videos and try a range of free courses.

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