Jeremy Scott is a writer and academic at the University of Kent (and sometimes at home). His interests are broad, but if he had to boil them down he'd be left with: play- and screenwriting and creative writing in general, film and media practice, fictional technique, creative heritage, the relationship between narratives and identity, traditional music, cognitive approaches to the Arts and Humanities, Nordic literature, film and culture and stylistics-based approaches to creative writing and creativity in general. He also likes world-building. As well as his own fiction and drama, he has published on contemporary British and Irish fiction, on literary stylistics, travel literature and innovative perspectives on creative practice.He plays guitar, fiddle, bouzouki, and piano, and has collected and arranged much of the traditional music featuring in the project. As well as his own fiction, he has published on contemporary British and Irish fiction, on literary stylistics, travel literature, innovative perspectives on creative practice and playwriting. For more info, see his personal website.
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He lives in Whitstable, Kent, England. Don't follow him there.