Our people Joan MA Filmmaking (Directing Fiction) "At Goldsmiths I learned to be a director. I thought I was one before, but I really wasn't." Filter profiles Filter profiles DepartmentDegree type Filters for Department AnthropologyArtComputingDesignEducational StudiesEnglish and Comparative LiteratureHistoryInstitute for Creative and Cultural EntrepreneurshipInstitute of Management StudiesMedia, Communications and Cultural StudiesMusicPolitics and International RelationsPsychologySocial, Therapeutic and Community StudiesSociologyTheatre and PerformanceVisual Cultures Filters for Degree type BachelorsMPhil/PhDMastersOther undergraduate Close filter Filter profiles MPhil/PhD Yoanna Pak Writer MPhil/PhD Creative Writing Currently researching representations of Koreans in conflict in first generation, second generation and western literature. Tom Lee Writer MPhil/PhD Creative Writing Tom's story ‘The Current’ was shortlisted for The Sunday Times EFG Private Bank Short Story Award, the largest prize for a single short story in the world. Sophie Hardach Author MPhil/PhD Creative Writing Author of two critically acclaimed novels, one of which was chosen as one of the Waterstones 11 best debuts of 2011. Natalie Young Writer MPhil/PhD Creative Writing Her novel Season to Taste or How to Eat Your Husband, was inspired by a visit to a Louise Bourgeois exhibition and Tales of the Unexpected by Roald Dahl. Justin Hill Student and writer MPhil/PhD Creative Writing Justin's first novel Shieldwall was a Sunday Times Book of the Year. Joanna Quinn Student and published author MPhil/PhD Creative Writing One of four writers shortlisted for the Arts Foundation Fellowship for Short Stories.