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Planning

Planning

Planning for length You can decide how much you are going to write before you even start writing. Let’s imagine you’ve just got your essay title and the word limit is 2000 words. You know you’ve got to write an introduction and a conclusion. You should allow yourself at least 150 words for each and…

Mimi Khalvati

Mimi Khalvati

Mimi Khalvati is a poet and creative-writing tutor. She was born in Tehran, Iran. At the age of six, she was sent to boarding school on the Isle of Wight where she spent her childhood. She attended Drama Centre, London and worked in repertory in the UK before returning to Iran, where she worked at…

Lynn Knight

Lynn Knight

Lynn Knight is interested in the larger narratives behind ordinary lives, most particularly the lives of women. Her biography, Clarice Cliff (Bloomsbury, 2005), charted the working-class designer’s rise through the pottery industry and the way her designs spoke to the changes in women’s lives between the wars. Lemon Sherbet and Dolly Blue: the story of…

Millie Murray

Millie Murray

Millie Murray writes fiction and non-fiction for both young people and adults. Her first attempt at short story writing, ‘The Escape’, was published in the 1986 anthology Watchers and Seekers. Many other short stories followed, including ‘A Passage of Time’ for Radio Four’s Caribbean Drift. In 1987 Millie wrote her first teenaged novel Keisha, published by the Women’s…

Maurice Riordan

Maurice Riordan

Maurice Riordan has published collections of poems including, A Word from the Loki (Faber, 1995) and Floods (Faber, 2000). He has edited, with the science writer Jon Turney, A Quark for Mister Mark (Faber 2000), an anthology of poems about science. He also compiled, with John Burnside, an anthology to mark the 40th anniversary of…

Simon Rae

Simon Rae

Simon Rae is a poet, playwright, biographer and broadcaster. After postgraduate work at Oxford, he turned freelance in 1985, writing for a number of publications, including the Times Literary Supplement and New Statesman. His radio experience began with the African department of the BBC World Service, and he later wrote and presented programmes for both…

Michael Donaghy 1954-2004

Michael Donaghy 1954-2004

Michael Donaghy, poet, musician, critic, and editor, was born in the Bronx, New York, in 1954 and moved to Britain in 1985. He taught at City University and Birkbeck College and he was a Fellow of The Royal Society of Literature and the Royal Society for the Arts. His published collections include Shibboleth (Oxford University…

Polly Clark

Polly Clark

Polly Clark is a poet. Her first collection of poetry, Kiss (Bloodaxe, 2000), was a Poetry Book Society Recommendation, and her second, Take Me With You, was a Poetry Book Society Choice and was short-listed for the T. S. Eliot Prize. Polly’s poems have been broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and 4, and have appeared…

Shaun McCarthy

Shaun McCarthy

Shaun McCarthy is a playwright, poet and education resources author. His plays for the stage include Circus Britannica and Beanfield (Bike Shed Theatre, 2011, 2010), Collider and No Blind Faith (Ustinov Studio, Bath Theatre Royal, 2009), Safe (Grit Productions new writing award in 2008), Honest: untouchable, See His Face and A Frail Light in the…

Writing, writing essays, dissertations & theses – general & humanities

Writing, writing essays, dissertations & theses – general & humanities

John Clanchy, How to Write Essays: A Practical Guide for Students (Addison Wesley/Longman, 1992) Phyllis Creme & Mary R. Lea, Writing at University: A Guide for Students (Oxford University Press, 1997) Peter Elbow, Writing with Power: Techniques for Mastering the Writing Process (Galaxy Books/Oxford University Press, 1981) Nigel Fabb & Alan Durant, How to Write…