Writing & Publishing: Creative Writing in the College of Arts

Writing & Publishing: Creative Writing in the College of Arts

A College of Arts academic has a strong relationship with BBC Radio 4. Elizabeth Reeder is a Lecturer in Creative Writing, and a prolific writer of fiction, with novels and short stories and numerous radio programmes to her credit.

Her broadcasts for BBC Radio 4 include a Women’s Hour Serial, stories, and abridgments of Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead, Sara Wheeler’s Magnetic North and Annie Proulx’s Bird Cloud.
Elizabeth’s novel Ramshackle was shortlisted for the prestigious 2012 Saltire Prize, and widely – and favourably -- reviewed; it was published by Freight Books, one of the wave of ‘indie’ presses through which some of the most exciting and innovative fiction is now being published.

Dr Elizabeth Reeder


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