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Edge Magazine

Edge is an arts and creative writing magazine inspired, designed and edited 'in house' by student volunteers from our English Literature and Creative Writing course.

Alongside your learning you will have the opportunity to get involved in extra curricular activity such as readings, societies and publications.  One of these oppotunities is the popular Edge magazine. Edge is an arts and creative writing magazine inspired, designed and edited 'in house' by student volunteers from our English Literature and Creative Writing course.  Edge offers a unique publishing platform for the stunningly diverse creative talents of undergraduate and postgraduate students at Northumbria and beyond. Its content is multi-generic: visuals, prose, poetry, tweets, haiku, lyrics, script, reviews, drama, graphics, typographic art, drawings and examples of digital design.

Please view previous issues of Edge below.

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UCAS Code QW38

Level of Study Undergraduate

Mode of Study 3 years Full Time or 4 years with a placement (sandwich)/study abroad

Location City Campus, Northumbria University

City Newcastle

Start September 2024 or September 2025

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