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Dr Holly Howitt-Dring

Dr Holly Howitt-Dring

Telephone: 0151 231 4896

Biography

Degrees

Cardiff University, Wales, PhD
Cardiff University, Wales, MA in Teaching and Practice of Creative Writing

Academic appointments

Course Leader, MA Creative Writing, University of Portsmouth, 2009 - 2017

Publications

Book

Howitt H. 2019. The Hall The London Magazine (editions). London

Howitt H. 2009. The Schoolboy 9781905614882

Howitt H. 2008. Dinner Time

Chapters

Howitt-Dring LH. 2015. Housewives and Half-Stories: A Question of Genre and Gender in Microfiction British Women Short Story Writers :179-192 Edinburgh University Press 9781474401395

Norminton G. 2013. Beacons Stories for Our Not So Distant Future Oneworld Publications 9781851689699

Journal article

Howitt-Dring H. 2011. Making micro meanings: reading and writing microfiction Short Fiction in Theory and Practice, 1 :47-58 >DOI

Artefact

Howitt-Dring LH. Howitt-Dring, H. (2017). Inverted Commas. In P. Blair, & A. Chantler (Eds.), Funny Bone: Flashing for Comic Relief Chester: University of Chester.

Howitt-Dring L. Howitt, H. (Author). (2016). Auspices. Artefact, Myriad/University of Sussex.

Thesis/Dissertation

Howitt-Dring LH. Meaning and Incompleteness Gwyn R.

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

Conversations through Poetry, National Association of Writing in Education - annual conference, York, UK, Oral presentation 11/11/2018

Beyond the Moon: Science Fact and Science Fiction, Annual Creative Writing Conference, Crete, Greece, Oral presentation 09/10/2015

Editorial boards:

The London Magazine, Editorial Advisor, https://www.thelondonmagazine.org/

Writing In Practice, Editor Editorial Board Member, https://www.nawe.co.uk/writing-in-education/writing-at-university/writing-in-practice.html

External committees:

Peer Review College, Arts and Humanities Research Council, Peer review college member

Higher Education Committee, National Association of Writing in Education, Elected committee member, https://www.nawe.co.uk/about-us.html

Membership of professional bodies:

The Critics' Circle Books Section - committee member, The Critics' Circle, http://criticscircle.org.uk/books/

Research Grants Awarded:

Arts and Humanities Research Council, Translating Tales of the Trickster, Grant value (£): 4000, Duration of research project: 4 months

Teaching qualification:

Fellow of Higher Education Academy