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See more by Jade Cuttle Jade Cuttle graduated from the University of Cambridge with First-Class Honours in Literature, going on to undertake an MA in Poetry at the University of East Anglia.Selected by Ledbury Poetry Festival as an Emerging Critic and winning Best Reviewer (Editor's Choice) in the 2018 Saboteur Awards, Jade has written for the Guardian, The Times Literary Supplement, The Spectator, The Times & The Sunday Times, the Observer, BBC Radio 3, BBC Proms, The Poetry Review and elsewhere.
This kind of advanced success is something that rarely happens to poets, although they often do very well too once they are published.
Of course, budding writers don’t need to complete an MA in Creative Writing to publish a hit novel or winning pamphlet.
This is a course to become a professional writer, not to work in publishing. A series of internships will be more use to you and a great deal cheaper than doing a Masters course.
It isn't going to help you indeed it may hinder you with a career in publishing because everything about it says you are only in publishing until you can establish yourself as a writer. What employers want is experience and proven practical skills rather than endless bits of paper.
She is Deputy Poetry Editor at Ambit and judging the Costa Book Awards 2019.
Creative Writing Diploma Uea
Hey, I got postgraduate offers for University of East Anglia and Warwick for the creative writing course. UEA is MA Creative Writing Poetry While the Writing Program at Warwick is slightly different: you choose 5 different modules over two semesters ranging from non-fiction, children's fiction, eco-poetry, music, script etc.
So, I wanted to know other parameters to measure pros and cons: - which course is more employable, for e.g., if I wanted to work at a publishing house next, which course should I choose?
- networks of publishing houses - location: Norwich vs Coventry Would be great if current/ old students and anybody interested could share experiences with with me, pros and cons and help me make a good decision!
As a result it can attract the best teaching staff rather than simply writers wanting pin money.
It is very noticeable that UEA stresses the writing achievements of its alumni while Warwick stresses the writing achievements of its faculty.