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Talks & Presentations

 Multimodality and Creative Writing: Identifying ‘The Problem', Presenting Solutions,  Shared English Futures Conference, Manchester. Panel with Dr Josie Barnard (De Montfort University) and Dr Amy Spencer (Bath Spa University), July 2022.

The Remediated Writer and the Scriptive Text. Paper presentation as part of a panel for Amplified Publishing, Mix Conference, Bath Spa, UK. July 2021.


     Panel illustration by Camille Aubry.

New Forms of Fiction: the case for contemporary realist young adult literature. Paper presentation for 'Oh brave new world!' AHSS Faculty Conference, ARU. June 2021.

Screenwriting as Research. Panel presentation as part of The Cambridge School of Creative Industry's research seminar series. April 2021.

How Should a Person Write? Writing methodologies paper delivered as part of a panel of PhD Creative Writers at The National Association of Writers in Education [NAWE] annual conference, York, UK. November 2018.

Multimodal Episodes in an Inquiry.  Paper delivered to Interpret a creative practice research symposium organised by the StoryLab Research Institute, Cambridge, UK. March 2018

Digital Culture within Young Adult Literature. Author-researcher

panel paper presentation on my early PhD research work.

The Great Writing Conference, Imperial College London, UK. July 2017.



Public Workshops and Events

Lit Fuse Script Reading Event. Tabletop WiP script reading event with actors, students and the general public, with feedback and discussion. Lit Fuse & Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK. Nov 2017.                             

Writing Female Protagonists for YAL.

Creative Writing workshop at the NAWE Conference, Stratford, UK. Nov 2016.

Writing YA Workshop with UK YA author Saci LLoyd. Part of a        programme of events organised by Anglia Ruskin University colleagues for The Cambridge Festival of Ideas, UK. October 2016.

Digitize Me. A writing and audio-visual arts workshop engaging students and the public in creative practice research, exploring the ways we represent ourselves online. Part of The Cambridge Festival of Ideas. UK. October 2010.


Arts Council England, 2010.

Digitize Me. This writing and visual arts investigated the way we

represent ourselves online. Supported by Gold Dust Writing Mentoring.

Pre 2010 - Various small awards from the East of England Screen Agency, The UK Film Council, Cambridge City and County Councils, and The Cambridge Film Consortium for short film production, training, and community arts initiatives. 

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