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The MA in Creative Writing at Birkbeck is taught by one of the most diverse and vibrant departments in London.
Our challenging, practice-based course offers you a unique approach to the practice of writing, emphasising innovation and experimentation in your work.
On our MA Creative Writing, you deepen your knowledge of literary tradition, exploring different modes and genres in order to develop your own creative and expressive written skills.
This will invigorate your own practice, whether you are writing psychogeography, plays, novels, stories or something else.
You will choose from a variety of modules, covering topics such as: Our teaching staff are experienced and established writers who have a breadth of experience across literary genres, from novels, prose and plays, to poetry and song.
The course is taught through small seminars and one-to-one tuition.
We offer modules in fiction writing - both short story and novel - and work with writers across many prose genres - both fiction and non-fiction.
Our creative writing teaching team has a breadth of experience in the literatures of different cultures and different forms.
Our current teaching staff include poet and short story writer Philip Terry, lyric writer and essayist Adrian May, novelist and camper Matthew de Abaitua, poet and performance-writer Holly Pester, poet, fisherman and memoirist Chris Mc Cully, and award-winning playwrights Elizabeth Kuti and Jonathan Lichtenstein.
Home to over 13,000 students from more than 130 countries, our Colchester Campus is the largest of our three sites, making us one of the most internationally diverse campuses on the planet - we like to think of ourselves as the world in one place.
The Campus is set within 200 acres of beautiful parkland, located two miles from the historic town centre of Colchester – England's oldest recorded town.