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I am a recent Creative Writing, Language and Communication 2.1 graduate from Kingston university. Strong written capability alongside research and communication skills. A critical thinker who can contribute to a wide range of situations whilst using strong interpersonal skills. Through working and academic study, I have learned to meet deadlines and work under pressure whilst remaining creative and thoughtful in my approach to delivering any task.Locked Pro Plan feature
I review music sometimes three times a week for the music blog Trusik. Since beginning at the end of March I have written ten reviews and started to make contacts within electronic music industry. As well as writing reviews, I interview artists and transcribe the audio, creating a written review.
I was the centre of contact for 6 writers, editing their work on a weekly basis and ensuring they submitted content each week by supporting them. I encouraged communication on weekly topics and themes to create integrity between the teams individual content.
2:1 Course Elements - I completed my second year abroad studying at California State University, Fresno. - I researched and produced poetry, screenplays, literary/genre fiction, personal essays, radio plays and persuasive/informative articles. - I studied many forms of experimental poetry, including concrete, sound, psychogeographical, digital, collaborative and found. - Weekly, I critiqued ten works of fiction/non-fiction and up to fifteen poems (during my year abroad). - Throughout linguistics I researched psycholinguistics, language acquisition, phonetics and syntax. - I took a special study in narrative. I analysed theories behind the narrative elements of conversations, news pieces over time, fairytales, adverts, verbally recalled events and more. Dissertation - My dissertation (which received a 1st) was a 6,000-word, non-chronological prose story titled, Eating Shiva. The research that formed the style of language came from the beat generation mixed with experimental writers such as William Burroughs and Kathy Acker.