Mark Radcliffe

Subject Leader Creative Writing and Publishing 

Mark Radcliffe is the author of two novels; Gabriel's Angel (2010; due for re-issue in Summer 2020) which was longlisted for the Not The Booker Prize, and Stranger Than Kindness (2013).

His first collection of short stories; Superpowers was published by Valley Press in July 2020. Mark has held substantive posts at the Universities of Southampton, Brighton, Kings College London and Sussex. And is an award winning magazine columnist. He has a PhD in Creative Writing and Philosophy (University of Sussex) and an MA in Creative Writing (UEA).

In 2020, Mark contributed to a talk responding to Careful, a performance inspired by his journal article on the ‘traumatized or damaged nurse’. The showcase performance was part of Performance with Care - an initiative designed to illustrate how the arts can support healthcare workers and the NHS, especially during times of pressure and stress. Find out more. The talk was part of an online one day conference hosted by Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

Research interests

His research/academic interests are in the health humanities with particular focus on transformational learning and embodied cognition.
 

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