Adam Foulds announced as keynote speaker at National Creative Writing Graduate Fair

Comma Press are thrilled to announce that Adam Foulds will give the keynote address at the first National Creative Writing Graduate Fair on Friday 6th November this year.
Adam graduated from the UEA MA in Creative Writing in 2001 and has since gone on to win wide acclaim. He has published a narrative poem, The Broken Word (2008), and three novels; The Truth About These Strange Times (2008) ,The Quickening Maze (2010) and In the Wolf's Mouth (2014).

2007: Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award, winner
2007: Betty Trask Award, winner, The Truth About These Strange Times
2008: John Llewellyn Rhys Prize, shortlist, The Broken World
2008: Costa Book Awards for Poetry, winner, The Broken World
2009: Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award, shortlist
2009: Society of Authors Encore Award, winner, The Quickening Maze
2009: Booker Prize, shortlist, The Quickening Maze
2009: Somerset Maugham Award, winner, The Broken World
2010: Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature
2010: Walter Scott Prize, shortlist, The Quickening Maze
2011: European Union Prize for Literature, winner United Kingdom, The Quickening Maze
2013: Granta "Best of Young British Novelists"
2015: Walter Scott Prize, shortlist, In the Wolf's Mouth
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For National Creative Writing Graduate Fair information and tickets, please visit our Resources page HERE. We also have a facebook event page.

Please note ALL are welcome to attend!