College needs writers for collective anthology

PUBLISHED: 13:27 05 December 2012

Former student Vishwa Krishna with copies of an anthology produced in 2009.

Former student Vishwa Krishna with copies of an anthology produced in 2009.


North West Kent College is looking for a group of creative writers to contribute to an anthology of work during a free-of-charge creative writing course starting in January.

Neil Nixon, course tutor and Lecturer in Professional Writing, said: “We’re familiar with publishing books, as we do so every year on our Media Studies Diploma and Professional Writing Foundation Degree. The difference here is that it’s open to anyone within the community, who has a keen interest in writing, and we want to get members of the public involved in what we do.”

Prospective candidates should write a short piece between four and five hundred words entitled “My Life so Far” and email it to


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