Anjum Malik

Anjum has written several original radio plays as well as two series of an original Woman’s Hour drama, The Interpreter. She also adapted Napoleon Rising, based on an unperformed Anthony Burgess play, for Radio 3. She is currently developing an original pilot script, Groom, following participation in LFS’ Bootcamp. Anjum has also written for the stage and was writer in residence for the Kali Theatre Company.

Anjum is an honorary writing fellow of Manchester Metropolitan University and a published poet. Before working as a writer, Anjum worked as a policewoman and as a police interpreter.

02 March 2017
Scribble Festival 2016
Scribble Festival 2016

A celebration of community writing, story telling and publishing

Scribble Festival 2016
Scribble Festival 2016
A celebration of community writing, story telling and publishing held at Chapter One Books, Lever Street, Manchester, M1 1BY on Sunday 6th and Monday 7th November Scribble Issue #22
Scribble Issue #22
This issue touches on the subject of independence and the lack of it; freedom, choice, acceptance, decision making and desires.

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