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Creative Writing and Film Cultures BA(Hons): Who teaches this course

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Diran Adebayo


Paul Bailey

Paul Bailey has been shortlisted twice for the Booker Prize and won a clutch of other awards. His work focuses on the often grim lives of families and outcasts. His novels include At the Jerusalem; Peter Smart's Confessions; Gabriel's Lament; Sugar Cane; Kitty and Virgil; and Uncle Rudolf.

Non-fiction includes An English Madam - The Life and Work of Cynthia Payne; An Immaculate Mistake - Scenes from Childhood and Beyond; and Three Queer Lives - An Alternative Biography of Naomi Jacob, Fred Barnes and Arthur Marshall. He also edited the Oxford Book of London.

Paul has taught creative writing at the University of East Anglia and in Italy.


Dr Adam Baron


Professor Norma Clarke


Steven Fowler

Steven FowlerSteven Fowler is a poet, artist and curator. He works in the modernist and avant garde traditions, across poetry, fiction, theatre, sonic art, visual art, installation and performance. Thematically he's interested in violence and physicality, and work has explored this in both the interpersonal and wider societal senses, with books on prisons, boxing and things like that.  

He also is interested in city and space, historical models of truth (having worked for nearly a decade in the British Museum) and neuroscience and language (in residence at the Wellcome Trust). He also teaches art history at Tate Modern, and has an interest in how literature has intersected with art, or been erroneously separated from it. Academically he is interested in philosophical ethics, through pragmatism mostly, and the 19th 20th and 21st avant garde and modernism. His specialty is modern European literature.

Steven is the editor of 3am magazine and the curator of the Enemies project, which explores collaboration and contemporary poetry. It's a way of creating community in live events and innovating how we experience literature and art live. He had worked in 18 countries with the project and there's events every week or two in London or beyond.


Dr James Miller


Dr Meg Jensen

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