Creative writing PhD candidate David Devanny has won the Student New Media Writing prize 2013. The international competition run by Bournemouth University showcases innovative storytelling in new media forms.
David, who won the student category for his interactive poetry site Orange Sweatshirt, was delighted with the announcement. He said, "It's amazing -
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