University of East Anglia - Author, author

August 20, 2009

James Scudamore, whose novel Heliopolis has been longlisted for the 2009 Man Booker Prize, is returning to the University of East Anglia as a creative writing fellow. Mr Scudamore is a graduate of the university's celebrated MA course in creative writing. He will work at the university during the autumn semester to teach undergraduates in the School of Literature and Creative Writing, take part in workshops and tutorials, give readings and continue with his writing.

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