The Warwick Writing Programme
The Warwick Writing Programme, founded in 1996, is the largest and most comprehensive of its kind in Europe. It is an internationally-acclaimed programme drawing students and staff from across the globe.
The permanent Faculty of the Writing Programme includes internationally renowned authors from a variety of disciplines and genres. Among them are Will Eaves, Maureen Freely, Michael Hulse, A.L.Kennedy, David Morley, Sarah Moss, Ian Sansom, Jonathan Skinner, Jeremy Treglown and David Vann. Regular tutors have included Peter Blegvad, Lee Thomas, Tim Leach, Leila Rasheed and George Ttoouli. Jonathan Coe is an Honorary Professor, Michael Bywater the current Royal Literary Fund Fellow, and Rochelle Sibley leads the Writing Centre.
WHAT WE DO
- Teach academic and creative writing using innovative as well as established methods.
- Lead international research in writing through creative practice, conferences, and the generation of public debate in newspapers, journals, broadcast media and online.
- Show scientists and business people how to better communicate their findings.
- Create positive and permanent links to writers of the Midlands through outreach to schools and a year-round festival of visiting authors and industry specialists.
- Foster international partnerships with educational institutions and universities (Monash, NYU, etc), writers’ organisations and publishers.
Search and listen to over 200 recordings with our Writers at Warwick archive.
Follow the progress of the Warwick Prize for Writing.
Visit The Writers' Room - the first purpose-built space for writers in a UK university.
Listen to our creative writing podcasts and get writing!
Take part in Warwick LitBiz and meet writers, publishers and many others in the industry!