Creative Conversations:Roseanne Watt
Monday 19 October 2020 – 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
Zoom Event – Free
You will be sent the link to join the meeting after booking..
Roseanne Watt is a poet, filmmaker and musician from the Shetland Isles, currently based in Edinburgh. She was the winner of the 2018 Edwin Morgan Poetry Prize, an Eric Gregory Award in 2020 and the Somerset Maugham Award 2020. Her first poetry collection, Moder Dy, was published by Polygon. Roseanne recently completed an AHRC-funded PhD at the University of Stirling, as part of the Scottish Graduate School for the Arts and Humanities.
Roseanne is also poetry editor for the online literary magazine The Island Review, and one half of Edinburgh-based band Wulver.
Creative Conversations is programmed by the University of Glasgow Creative Writing Programme and funded by the Ferguson Bequest. Professor Thomas Ferguson (1900-1977), Henry Mechan Chair of Public Health (1944-64), bequeathed his estate to the University, with the instruction that the money should be used to foster the social side of University life.
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