Language & Literature

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Voice: How to Figure Out What You Should Be Writing About

9:00am | Saturday 23 March 2013
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About this Event:

Award-winning novelist Meg Rosoff talks about ‘voice’ in writing at the invitation of students on Oxford Brookes University’s MA in creative writing. Students will talk to Rosoff about how to find a ‘voice’ for their writing, and how it applies to other things such as work, parenting and relationships. Rosoff stresses the importance of a connection with the subconscious and will discuss how you figure out what you should be writing about. There will also be an opportunity for the audience to ask questions.

Rosoff was born in Boston, USA, and moved permanently to the UK in 1989. After spells in publishing, journalism. advertising and politics, she released her first novel, How I Live Now, winner of the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize and due to be released as a feature film in 2013. Just in Case won the 2007 Carnegie Medal, and her sixth novel, Picture Me Gone, is due out in March.

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