Enjoying the smaller, simpler pleasures of life with a dash of spice. Living consciously because without awareness there is no action. Proud BSc Environmental Science with Professional Experience student.
Elliot Kim first started university many years ago, then dropped out as a result of health issues and realising he had no idea why he had chosen his subject. Years of work, travel, and false starts later – he decided to return to university. He now studies BA English Literature with Creative Writing, while working both as a cocktail bartender and freelance writer. He is interested in troubled youth, wilderness therapy and the development of masculine identity. He can usually be found experimenting with new recipes, bouldering at Reading Climbing Centre, and/or drinking way too much coffee.
Jack Campion is an English Literature graduate who is currently studying a master’s degree in the same field at the University of Reading. He is an aspiring writer, penning various pieces in the form of poetry and short prose. He also runs a personal blog, Trash Dungeon, where he posts film reviews. The blog can be found at https://theninthcircleblog.wordpress.com/.
Kahina Bouhassane is a third year English Literature student at the University of Reading and Entertainment Editor of the Spark Online. She has published articles in local newspapers and publications and was one of the 2017/18 Editors of the Reading University Creative Arts Anthology. She has completed an NCTJ accredited Foundation course in Journalism and has worked internships in Publishing and Marketing.
I am the Print News Editor for The Spark 2018-2019, I am a third year student from Bristol studying English Literature. I won 'Best Media Newcomer' for The RUSU 2018 Media Awards. I love animals, travelling and I'm good at a pub quiz!
RUWG provides workshops focusing on developing members’ writing skills in a variety of fields, including prose, poetry, and drama, as well as non-fiction branches such as speech writing. We aim to provide a no-judgement atmosphere in which budding writers can share their work. Constructive peer criticism will equip people with the skills they need to become the best writer they can be, and by giving writers a space to publish their work if they wish, we hope to foster a lifelong passion in the hearts of our members for creative writing.