Hinterland Place Writing Special Issue at Manchester Poetry Library
Hinterland Place Writing Special Issue
Manchester Poetry Library
8th November 2022
Join Manchester Writing School to celebrate the launch of Hinterland’s special issue on place writing, published in collaboration with Manchester Metropolitan University’s Centre for Place Writing. This special issue features creative non-fiction writing by a host of writers who transport us to places as varied as the lofty heights of the Andes, the treacherous waters of the Bristol Channel, the coastlines of Dar es Salaam and Withenrsea, and the manufactured fantasia of Disneyland.
The launch event is hosted by the Centre for Place Writing and will feature readings by special issue contributors Jean Sprackland, Adam Farrer, and Alison Baxter, as well as special issue guest editor Andrew Michael Hurley and the editors of Hinterland, Andrew Kenrick and Yin F Lim. The event will be introduced by David Cooper.
About Hinterland Hinterland is a quarterly print and digital magazine dedicated to creative non-fiction. It showcases the best new writing across the fields of memoir, essay, travel and food writing, reportage, psychoscape, biography, flash non-fiction and more. Each issue features a stellar line-up of writing talent from around the globe: work by established authors as well as exciting new writers, some of whom are making their publishing debut in the magazine. https://www.hinterlandnonfiction.com About the Centre for Place Writing The Centre for Place Writing is based in Manchester Metropolitan University’s Department of English and is a creative-critical research dedicated to exploring place and space, landscape and environment, topography and cartography. It is home to an ever-growing creative-critical postgraduate community with 20 PhD researchers currently associated with the Centre https://www.mmu.ac.uk/english/place-writing/