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Writing Scripts, Writing Novels: How script writing can enliven your fiction and give renewed power to your prose

DateWednesday 1 February 2023

Time17:30-19:00

LocationMawby Room

CostFree

Join us for the next in the Kellogg Centre for Creative Writing seminar series.

Jane Rogers has published ten novels, a collection of stories, original television and radio drama, and adapted work for radio. Her novels range from historical (Mr Wroe’s Virgins, which she adapted into an award-winning BBC2 serial) through contemporary (Island, about a young woman who sets out to murder her mother) to science fiction (The Testament of Jessie Lamb, ManBooker longlisted, winner of the Arthur C Clarke Award). She is Professor Emerita of Writing at Sheffield Hallam, and has taught writing to a wide variety of students. Her latest novel Body Tourists is a dystopia set in 2045.

This seminar is open to all, no booking necessary.

Refreshments will be served from 17:00, the seminar will begin at 17:30.

Open to: Members of Kellogg College, the public,