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    It was All Write on Saturday Night!

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    Words by Claudia Conerney and Amillah Javed On Saturday 8th December hundreds of children and their families descended on Manchester, many travelling from far afield as Aberdeen and Worcester. However, it wasn’t just the lure of the X-Factor final that drew them to the city, but the annual All Writecelebration event, that took place at…

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    Bringing Festive Cheer to Local Competition Winners

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    Words by Kate Butler FOR the last few weeks, budding wordsmiths from across Greater Manchester have been plucking inspiration from historical characters and events, for the local-themed competition, Postcards from Christmases Past. In a spin-off from the on-going competition, Postcards from the Past, a panel of judges from MMU sifted through sacks of entries covering…

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    Queen Victoria Reigns Once Again

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    By Graham Murray Photograph by Jason Cooke   QUEEN Victoria emerged victorious in the inaugural Humanities Languages and Social Science Balloon Debate, which was hailed as a great success. She overcame strong challenges from the likes of William Beveridge, Jane Addams, Martin Luther King and Hugo Chavez amongst others on the evening of Tuesday 4th December…

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    A Fantastic Evening with Carol Ann Duffy

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    By Sophie Bannister MMU Creative Writing students did The Manchester Writing School proud when they performed their poetry alongside Carol Ann Duffy at the Royal Exchange theatre on Tuesday 4th December 2012. Carly Hind, Charmain Leung, Kim Moore and David Tait, all current or former MA Creative Writing students at MMU, read their own poetry for…

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    Local Author’s Novel Is More Than Just Fantasy

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    By Neil Harrison. One of Britain’s leading fantasy authors has paid a visit to Manchester Metropolitan University to discuss his latest novel and his on-going book tour. A. J. Dalton has lived in Sale since 2003 and has taught creative writing at both MMU and The University of Manchester. He is currently holding book signings across…




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