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Showcasing creative writing by university students around the world.

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Lizzie Akass

Lizzie is an English student at Loughborough University. During her gap year she spent months travelling, much of which was in Asia, which inspired her short story ‘Cambodia’. Creator of the phrase: ‘it’s not what your baggage is, it’s how you carry it’.

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Lizzie Stephens

Lizzie is a second year English student at the University of York. She is inordinately good at sleeping – gifted in fact – and in her few lucid moments enjoys writing, acting and illustrating her lecture notes. She likes F. Scott Fitzgerald an awful lot.

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Louise Peterken

As an anthropology student, Louise could say her inspiration comes from watching people, but this would be a bit of a fib. Instead, her imagination sweeps her away through folklore and legends into deep woods and high mountains, where she occasionally gets carried away making dragons out of clouds. She considers herself witty enough to get by, and can be charming when she wants — though anyone who annoys her too much may find themselves eaten by werewolves later on. Her spare time is dedicated to Star Trek, dinosaurs, and kung fu, among other things.

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Lucas Rubio

Lucas Rubio is an undergraduate student at Columbia University in the English & Comparative Literature department. He has written for the scholarly journal US-China Today and the culinary magazine Edible Los Angeles, amongst other publications.

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Luke Davies

Luke is a student at University College London. He’s interested in modernist literature and art. Outside of academic study, he’s also a theatre director and performer.

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Ng Yi-Sheng

Ng Yi-Sheng is studying creative writing at the University of East Anglia. He hails from Singapore where he has been thrown out of a poetry mentorship scheme for political reasons and had a short story banned because it was much too gay. He has worked as a nude artist’s model, a university lecturer, a children’s newspaper journalist, an LGBT news site journalist and an impromptu performance artist (unpaid). He writes in multiple genres, makes ice lollies from frozen fruit, and is trying to read one book from every country in the world.

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Rachel Hyde

Rachel is currently completing her final year at the University of Kent. Studying English and American Literature and Creative Writing with a Year Abroad, she is determined to put her obscenely long degree title to good use. She has been published in several publications including Westwind and Miso, and was the recipient of the May Merrill Miller award for 2014. After a year of yoga, sunshine and surfing in Los Angeles, she now works as an intern for the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. Following graduation, she will continue to travel the world, and to write about it.

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Richard Morris

Richard is studying Physics at University College, Oxford and in his spare time enjoys reading, writing, archery and craft stuff. His taste in fiction is as eclectic as his taste in music, but he mostly likes sci-fi and fantasy. He hopes you enjoy the StoryGraph!

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Romany Stott

Romany Stott is a Creative Writing graduate from Brunel University, where she won The Arthur Scott Prize for best dissertation. She co-edited and designed The Voices Inside Our Heads anthology earlier this year and was the Creative Writer for Le Nurb magazine in 2011. She currently lives in Manchester but will return to London in September to begin Brunel’s Creative Writing: The Novel MA. In addition to writing, she is a card-maker, mini-cacti-owner and renowned toast-burner. Follow her on Twitter @RomanyStott.

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Selali Fiamanya

Selali does science. He discovered “writing” (patent pending) during a brainstorming session with Professor Utonium. Whilst struggling to remember the recipe they had created to make the perfect little girls, they decided to codify the phonemes graphically, and soon realised the endless applications of this artform. He lives in the space between 2:45 and 3:57 and speaks in djembe.

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Sophie Davies

Sophie Davies, 19, has just completed her first year at Aberystwyth University, studying English and Creative Writing. Her favourite novels are Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre and Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. She aspires to be an author and university lecturer. Her quote to live by:

“It’s no use going back to yesterday, because I was a different person then” ~ Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

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Sophie Strang

Sophie Strang has just completed her final year studying English Language and Literature at Oxford University. She likes to write about the unnoticed melodramas of quotidian life: the urgency of an itching nose; the ecstasy of tonguing recently-brushed teeth; the sorrows of a shopping list left on the kitchen counter.

 

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Tali Kord

Tali has an MLitt in English from the University of St Andrews. She has written for several publications, including Planet Ivy. She currently holds a real grown-up job but when she’s not in the office or busy writing she likes to read, draw, and click ‘random article’ on Wikipedia. It’s loads of fun (and educational too!)

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Thomas Swindells

Thomas is currently pursuing an MA in English Literature at the University of Durham. His study of literature has complemented his passion for writing, drawing on a wide range of influences, from Chekhov, Fitzgerald, and Shakespeare to Milton, Waugh, and Yeats. Traces of such contemporary storytellers as Neil Gaiman, Mike Mignola, and Alan Moore, alongside stylistic glimpses of the tradition of the graphic novel, can be discerned in his attempt to construct a similar and very palpable fantasy world in his work. Thomas is furthermore an extremely passionate cinephile, striving to envisage written words and scenes as they would be experienced cinematically.

 

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Thomas Tyrrell

Thomas Tyrrell is currently in the middle of writing a novel, a blog, a PhD thesis, several short stories and a letter to his mother. You can find out how he’s doing on Twitter, @thomastyrrell4

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Vartan Shadarevian

Vartan is in his third year studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics at University College, Oxford and in his spare time is an avid writer, track and field athlete and debater. He hopes to make it big as a ‘writer on the side’ one day, but secretly would also love to direct a major Hollywood film!

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