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You are invited to

a

Book Launch

The Ghosting

of

Anne Armstrong

 

                                          by Michael Cawood Green

 

At Waterstones, Blackett St., Newcastle

Tuesday 14 May

7 pm

£4

                               

   Cheese & Nibbles

             Fine Ale & Wine

...he had a sense of the tracks and paths and dead  ends winding through the village being full to overflowing with the past and ready to leak their secrets to anyone who pressed against the porous corridors they took through time.

Michael Green is a writer and holds the position of Professor in English and Creative Writing at Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne. He holds degrees from the universities of Natal (BA Hons), Stanford (MA), and York (D.Phil).

 

Prior to joining Northumbria University, he was Senior Professor and Head of English at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa, and then Head of the university’s School of Literary Studies, Media, and Creative Arts. He relocated to Northumbria University in September 2009 with the aim of returning to researching, teaching, and writing. In February 2009 he was inducted into the Society of the Fellows of the University of KwaZulu-Natal in recognition of distinguished academic achievements. This honour is conferred for life.

 

He has published a number of academic articles and chapters in scholarly books, mainly on uses of history in fiction. This is the subject of his book, Novel Histories: Past, Present, and Future in South African Fiction.

 

He is also the author (under the name Michael Cawood Green) of two works of  historical fiction, For the Sake of Silence and Sinking: A Verse Novella .

                                                    

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Michael has recently been awarded an Arts and Humanities Research Council Fellowship for a practice-led research project (completing a new novel) and has been instrumental in winning funding bids to support the university’s engagement with the creative industries. This includes a partnership with the regional writing agency, New Writing North, which will help support the Northern Writers Awards and various literary events in the North East.

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