Madingley Hall welcomed the third cohort of students to Cambridge’s Crime & Thriller Writing master’s degree (MSt). Emily taught about setting, critique, and clarity.
Emily began teaching the second cohort of the Crime and Thriller Writing MSt degree at the University of Cambridge
|January - March 2022||
Emily taught the novel-writing term of the Certificate in Creative Writing and the crime-writing term of the Diploma in Creative Writing for ICE at the University of Cambridge.
|January - June 2021||
Emily taught the novel-writing terms of the Certificate in Creative Writing and the crime-writing terms of the Diploma in Creative Writing for ICE at the University of Cambridge..
Jane Doe January among feminist books in controversial display in China:
“Several bookstores set up sections for books that could help readers understand the case, including “Masculine Domination” by Pierre Bourdieu, “Men Explain Things to Me” by Rebecca Solnit and “Jane Doe January: My Twenty-Year Search for Truth and Justice” by Emily Winslow….The bookstores were told to take down their special sections. Professors were warned not to discuss Xiaohuamei’s case with their students.” from The New York Times; see link.
Emily Winslow and Tabitha Siklos presented prizes for a love story competition at Jesus College, Cambridge
Emily Winslow and Tabitha Siklos presented prizes for a crime story competition at Jesus College, Cambridge
Emily Winslow and Tabitha Siklos edited a collection of ghost stories for Jesus College, Cambridge.
Hosted by Karen Dionne and Hank Phillippi Ryan for a memoir-themed meet-the-authors event at The Back Room
She Knows named The Start of Everything as their “Red Hot Book of the Week”