«You’ll develop creative writing across a variety of forms, focusing on transmedia storytelling and skills to independently publish your work as a publisher»



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Programme leader Brad Gyori tells us about studying MA Creative Writing and Publishing.
MA Creative Writing and Publishing
You’ll develop creative writing across a variety of forms, focusing on transmedia storytelling and skills to independently publish your work as a publisher; learning skills in editing, PR and marketing, design, production, and budgeting.


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«Why study MA Creative Writing and Publishing at BU?

»• Analyse the cultural and critical influences on the writer and publishing industry, as well as your own practice

»• Learn the skills to be able to write creatively and effectively, to a publishable standard, for a variety of different audiences and media

»• Work on real-life publishing projects with BU’s own publishing press, Fresher Publishing

»• Learn from experienced writers and practitioners who have also acquired master's degrees and/or doctorates in Creative Writing or English themselves

»• Benefit from prestigious guest tutors from the world of writing and publishing

»• Engage with BU’s international writing competitions: The Bournemouth Writing Prize for emerging voices, and the New Media Writing Prize for stories integrating a variety of formats.



»Core units


»Writing Fiction

»The creative writer must learn to critically examine their own work and the work of others. Here, in a workshop environment, you will develop your skills as a writer of prose fiction by developing your own writing and responding to critical feedback from your peers.


»Narrating Identities: Self, Text and the World

»This unit aims to provide you with a sophisticated knowledge and understanding of cultural and critical influences on a range of texts and literary media, exploring how literary, philosophical, and aesthetic movements have been used to define, construct and represent the self across the 20th and 21st centuries.


»Interactive Storytelling

»Using a narratological and creative approach, you will study the development and nature of the art of storytelling in the context of digital-interactive media.


»Publishing Cultures and Materialities

»From the eras of Cuneiform to Kindle, you'll study public writing as material objects, which have an economy, history and culture. Publishing as we’ve known it stems from a specific iteration of those conditions and is now shifting into the online new. To take advantage of the opportunities and challenges this development affords, you'll therefore look at fiction from this material sociological perspective.


»Marketing and PR for Writers

»This unit will equip you with the knowledge and marketing skills needed by writers and publishers, regardless of the format. You will develop your own ‘brands’ online and will have the opportunity to work on real-life projects for Fresher Publishing, devising marketing and PR strategies to raise awareness/sales of the Fresher Writing Prize and the Fresher Writing anthology.


»Design, Editing and Publishing

»The aim of this unit is to enable you to evaluate and practice the significant processes of professional publishing. It seeks to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed by writers, editors and other professionals in the publishing industry by engaging in real publishing projects for Fresher Publishing, the university’s own publishing press.


»Dissertation/Major Project

»You may choose between a purely theoretical, academic dissertation or a major creative writing project supported by either a reflective or ‘route to publication’ rationale. By bringing together the skills, craft, theories, knowledge and critical insight you have developed during the programme, you will hone your individual strengths and establish lines of enquiry that may take you onto further doctoral study or into future careers».


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