York creative writing society

Reps are a key point of contact for all societies within their category, and they also mentor newly ratified groups as they start their journey as a YUSU society.

York writers group

Bringing together material from Film, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Theatre and Visual art, we aim to create an avenue to experience culture from angles absent in daily life. Got an idea? From finance queries to health and safety concerns, if you have a question about society management the Resource Hub is the best place to start. We also attempt to make sure our members are aware of all writing and creative opportunities in York and further afield. Inklings We're a very relaxed and diverse society who work across all forms of writing; poets, playwrights, novelists, screenwriters and dabblers are all welcome. Search through the list below to find where you could belong at York. They believe strongly in the power of art to raise awareness and provoke change, and work with the community to achieve these things. As well as the magazine, we also produce videos, published on our Facebook account; publish articles online, here; comment on events and livetweet, thelemonpress; and run a radio show. Whatever your taste in music everyone is welcome, so get in touch at circulationmagazine yusu. Whether your interest be reviewing albums or gigs which we can often get free tickets to , interviewing musicians, putting on or playing at one of our events, joining us on one of our radio shows, or just airing your thoughts in a general comment piece, we're the ones for you. Eborakon is a renowned journal of new poetry and poetry criticism, edited by a team of postgraduate students. Literature Society Silly about Shakespeare? Keep in the know by signing up to the mailing list at litsoc yusu. If you care about words and want to fight for them, York PEN is your opportunity to do so. The Stray is an online magazine, edited and produced by final year undergraduates as part of our Writing in the Marketplace module.

We promise we don't bite! Keep in the know by signing up to the mailing list at litsoc yusu.

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Keep in the know by signing up to the mailing list at litsoc yusu. Wells and J. As well as theatre, the group engage with all art forms, for example by hosting a fortnightly human rights film club. Our award-winning media groups include two campus newspapers, a satirical magazine, specialist publications on topics including fashion, history, and film, our very own TV station, and the oldest independent radio station in the UK - not to mention our on-campus cinema, run entirely by students. We also host readings with poets from the local area. We believe there are enough reviews in this world, so our events coverage takes the form of pieces that are both reflective and descriptive. Student Media York is widely known for its student media prowess. We have a strong community atmosphere and are made up of a diverse range of people, you don't need to know anything about poetry to come along. We promise we don't bite! Some are even completely free to join! It is written, edited, and designed by students at the University of York, England. Whatever your taste in music everyone is welcome, so get in touch at circulationmagazine yusu. Each weekly session focuses on a different aspect of writing with activities, discussions, readings and space to work privately on your own writing if you wish. Poetry Society Poetry Society is a gathering of people who like to discuss poetry in a friendly and chilled group setting. Societies Committee The Societies Committee is made up of eight elected student Reps - one for each society category.

They believe strongly in the power of art to raise awareness and provoke change, and work with the community to achieve these things.

Whether you are studying Literature, or just love to read and discuss, our socials and wide ranging academic and careers events pique the interest of all. They meet three times a term to ratify new societies, allocate grants, and report feedback and issues facing societies directly to the YUSU Activities Officer.

We also attempt to make sure our members are aware of all writing and creative opportunities in York and further afield.

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Many former student journalists here have gone on to top-level careers in print and broadcast journalism, and you could be next! We believe there are enough reviews in this world, so our events coverage takes the form of pieces that are both reflective and descriptive. We hold auditions in which everyone is welcome, and no preparation is needed and are a very open and welcoming society for everyone interested in any aspect of theatre at all. We promise we don't bite! From finance queries to health and safety concerns, if you have a question about society management the Resource Hub is the best place to start. Bringing together material from Film, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Theatre and Visual art, we aim to create an avenue to experience culture from angles absent in daily life. If you want to stand to become a Rep, elections are held every year at the Societies Open Meeting in April, with by-elections during the year for vacant positions. Krazy about Keats? Your application will be reviewed and voted on by the Societies Committee. Search through our Societies A-Z. They meet three times a term to ratify new societies, allocate grants, and report feedback and issues facing societies directly to the YUSU Activities Officer. Some are even completely free to join! As well as the magazine, we also produce videos, published on our Facebook account; publish articles online, here; comment on events and livetweet, thelemonpress; and run a radio show.

Loopy for Larkin? Eborakon is a renowned journal of new poetry and poetry criticism, edited by a team of postgraduate students.

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As well as theatre, the group engage with all art forms, for example by hosting a fortnightly human rights film club. Our space The Drama Barn between music and Nisa is always a hive of activity, come and visit us and see what we are all about!

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