…is a one-year taught postgraduate programme based in the School of Fine Art at The Glasgow School of Art. The programme offers full or part-time study, with a masters award gained after 12 months/24 months of study.
Elizabeth Reeder, originally from Chicago, now lives in Scotland. She writes fiction and hybrid work that creates spaces between forms, subjects and disciplines. Her work explores identity, family, illness, grief, creativity and landscapes. Her first collection of hybrid work, microbursts, (a design collaboration with Amanda Thomson) is published by Prototype Publishing (2021). Her latest novel, An Archive of Happiness (2020), is published by Penned in the Margins. She is a MacDowell Fellow and a senior lecturer in Creative Writing at University of Glasgow. She co-runs DeathWrites, a RSE Network supporting 30 Scottish-based writers exploring death, dying and grief. Website: elizabethkreeder.com