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Julie Primon

Dr Julie Primon

Swyddog Ymchwil


I am a member of NAWE (National Association for Writers in Education). I hold an MA in Creative Writing from Cardiff University, and an MA in English Literature from the University of Paris III (Sorbonne Nouvelle).

My creative work has been published in the local anthology Café Collisions, as well as the Made in Roath: Volume 1 anthology

In 2015, I also won the Hour of Writes weekly competition ‘Artist as Witness.’ My entry was published in the Winners Anthology 2015,

Conferences, symposia and seminars

English: Shared Futures (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, July 2017): I organised and participated in a panel titled ‘Reflections on Time and Place: The Creative Writing PhD in Historical Fiction,’ alongside Laura McKenna (University College Cork), Fiona Whyte (University College Cork), and Paul Pattison (Anglia Ruskin University).

NAWE conference (Stratford-upon-Avon, November 2016): I co-delivered an interactive workshop titled ‘Writing in Time’ alongside Claire Williamson, another PhD candidate at Cardiff University.







My research interests include prose fiction, novel writing, and YA fiction. As a French native writing creatively in English, I'm also interested in matters of translation, and in the structures and nuances of language.


I have been a postgraduate tutor in Creative Writing at ENCAP for two years.