Creative Writing Meets British History

This morning, the British History and Creative Writing classes met in St Andrews Public Library to present poems and stories. One poem, If We Were, by Rye Hazlett, was the product of a collaboration with the Photography class. Walter Dobson read a gripping extract, Self Loathing, discussing a young man’s feelings after seeing his crush with another man. Next, Tyler Lynch told us about a crocodile’s old fashioned opinions in The Crocodile’s Story of Evolution before treating us to an interactive story about a dangerous goblin and some beer. Once all the stories were told, the History and Writing students teamed up to discuss the historical contexts of the tales, and where they might like the story to go next.

Very well done to everyone! The students in the Creative Writing class were given an official Creative Writing Major Anthology to cherish, which recorded all the literature they produced.