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Students studying English at LJMU were treated to a special Q&A with the presenter of BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour.
Love reading and analysing books? Consider studying English Literature – a degree that opens doors to a wide range of careers.
Joe Moran, author and Professor of English and Cultural History at LJMU, shares his unique perspective of the festive celebration.
Mike Hollows, a PhD candidate (Creative Writing) at Liverpool Screen School, has just released his first book – and he wrote it while studying at LJMU.
LJMU student Ian Loftus discovers the cathartic act of writing as a way of coping with his bereavement
We speak with Gerry Smyth whose day job is Professor of Irish Cultural History at LJMU. His secret life: a composer keen to bring Irish poetry to new audiences.
Following the success of her first novel, Mary Torjussen, an MA Writing graduate, is now awaiting the release of her second book. We meet up with her to talk about how she got started as a writer.
Which books have made the top ten in our poll to find LJMU's favourites? The results are in...
To mark the centenary of women gaining the right to vote, we speak with LJMU English Professor Glenda Norquay about the literature that encouraged women to align with the suffrage cause.