I am a Senior Lecturer in Postcolonial Literature in the School of English and Director of the Centre for New Writing. I direct the Grassroutes: Contemporary Leicestershire Writing project and am Co-Investigator on an AHRC-funded project called Affective Digital Histories.
We have planned an exciting programme of free literary events this semester at the Centre for New Writing (CNW). This includes Man Booker shortlisted writer, Amitav Ghosh on Fiction and History as well as readings, masterclasses and an open mic session for postgraduate students. Literary Leicester, the University’s annual festival will take place between 13-16 November, so book your free tickets as soon as possible (see http://www2.le.ac.uk/institution/literary-leicester/litleic2012). The CNW programme for […]