THE VANITY PAPERS
A termly Oxford literary review. Published by The Harris Manchester Literary Society. With support from the Kellogg College MCR and the HMC JCR. Based at Harris Manchester, The University of Oxford.
The Vanity Papers is a home to many writers from the university and influential voices of the future century. Contributors have written for The Wall Street Journal, The Independent, The New York Times, JStor, Wet Grain The Minnesota Review, The London Magazine, Aesthetica Magazine, The Oxford Magazine and have won amongst others, The Gower Prize, The PenCraft Book Award and The Oxford-BNU Creative Writing Award.
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Catherine Digman has exhibited alongside Anthony van Dyck and Grayson Perry, and was one of the founding members of The Speculators, a cutting-edge writing workshop based in the Midlands. She is an award-winning artist and writer, currently reading History at Harris Manchester College Oxford. Her research interests include the intersection between History & Fiction, Decolonisation, and Mythology.
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ROLAND FISCHER-VOUSDEN lives and works between London and Newcastle. He runs the arts organisation SET.
Biddy Vousden lives in South Wales. When she isn't writing, editing or marking, she likes working with glass and wood. She has just completed her second novel.
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Jennifer Nolan is a DPhil student in Archaeology at Kellogg College. She enjoys writing poetry and collecting antiquarian books specializing in Gothic literature and antiquities.
JAMIE CAMERON was born in Swansea, Wales and grew up in the East Midlands. His poetry has been published in Anthropocene, Wet Grain, The High Window, Aesthetica Magazine and is forthcoming in Broken Sleep’s Masculinity: An Anthology of Modern Voices. He won the 3rd prize in The London Magazine Poetry Prize, where he now works as an editor. Away from writing, he spends time playing and coaching basketball.
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Georgie is author of Mouse (Animal) Reaktion Books, and has published short stories in the Asia Literary Review, Kyoto Journal, The Fortnightly Review, Coldnoon, and is working on a novel.