We have arrived in the UK! In the space of about 12 hours we left one Cambridge and arrived in another. It is just as beautiful here as it was in Massachusetts, and I’ve already found a good local coffee shop.
I’m staying in St Catharine’s College with one of the other Scholars, as it’s closer to the campus and easier to manage with my fatigue. The others are not too far away, though, so even though we’re split across accommodation again it should still be fairly easy to meet up and do things together.
I don’t have anything particularly exciting to report about my travels across the ocean, but I do have an exciting discovery to share!
Anglia Ruskin University, which is also located in Cambridge, offers an MA in Science Fiction and Fantasy! And on the list of academics is none other than John Clute, co-founder of the Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and one of the big names in sf studies. AND they offer creative practice PhDs in Creative Writing! AND AND they have an open day on the 14th, my last day in Cambridge before heading across to Oxford, which also happens to be completely free of appointments! To say I am ridiculously excited is an understatement.
I’ll leave it there for tonight. I’m going to finish my cup of tea and make a few more notes on these amazing programs and then hit the hay. Hoping to go exploring tomorrow.
2 thoughts on “Cambridge, Massachusetts / Cambridge, England”
From Daniel May
Hi … been thinking about you/your journey.
Pretty excited … like the way things are opening up for the 14th. (and every other day)
Am big fan of coincidences & signs …. I wonder if you will be covered in ‘Dust’ from Cambridge?
Welcome to the UK madam.