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The University of Edinburgh's three creative writing prizes, open for 2024 submissions
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Beth Grainger: Putting it this way

Runner Up for the 2022 Grierson Verse Prize Beth Grainger is a writer and PhD candidate at the University of Edinburgh. She writes and researches contemporary social justice poetry with a particular focus on the representation of working-class issues in UK poetry. She has had work published in journals such …

Hattie Atkins: Semiotics

Runner Up for the 2022 Lewis Edwards Memorial Prize Hattie Atkins is a Mancunian writer living and studying in Edinburgh. Amongst other literary magazines, her prose and poetry have appeared in Gutter and en bloc, and has been anthologised by The Common Breath and Forest Publishing. Her poem, ‘Home Remedies’, received a …

Tim Tim Cheng: She Will

Runner Up for the 2022 Grierson Verse Prize Tim Tim Cheng is a poet and a teacher from Hong Kong, currently reading the MSc in Creative Writing at the University of Edinburgh. She is a WrICE fellow, awardee of the William Hunter Sharpe Memorial Scholarship and a mentee of Roddy …


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