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Jenny has taught courses in Creative Writing, English Literature, Academic Writing, and others.
She has a PhD in English and Comparative Literature from the University of Warwick, UK.
She is an Associate Fellow with the Higher Education Academy, UK.

Teaching Experience

Creative Writing

Creative Writing Instructor

Artistic Strategies Academy

2022 - Present


Workshop Leader for Book A Writer

Sing Lit Station

2022 - Present

Adjunct Lecturer in MA Creative Writing

LASALLE College of the Arts


Assistant Writer for Spark Young Writers (Coventry)

Writing West Midlands


Workshop Leader for Postgraduate Creative Writing Group

University of Warwick


Workshop Leader for Widening Participation Humanities

University of Warwick


English Literature

Adjunct Lecturer in Literature

Nanyang Technological University


Relief Teacher in English Language and Literature

Raffles Girls Secondary School


Lecturer & Seminar Tutor in Literature

University of Warwick


Academic Writing

Tutor in Academic Writing 

Dept of English & Comparative Literary Studies

University of Warwick

2018 - 2020

Tutor in Academic Writing

Dept of Economics

University of Warwick

2018 - 2019


Workshop Leader for 'Dynamic Student Engagement'

Academic Development Centre, University of Warwick


Topics taught

Anecdotes | Literary Themes | Finding Your Writer's Voice | Perspective & Contrast in Fiction | What Makes a Story Compelling | Creativity / Play | Flash Fiction | Character Motivation, Voice, Dialogue | Setting and Character Emotion | Feminist Theory & Literature | Contemporary Women's Writing | Modern World Literature | Postcolonial Literature | Epic into Novel | Critical Theory


"balance between practical exercises and theoretical analyses"


"discussions well-guided"

"students encouraged to speak"

"the seminars increased understanding of and interest in the subject"

"available and effective in assisting students to think through and research written assignments"

"encourage and help students to delve further into the topics addressed in the module"

"would recommend this workshop to colleagues"

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