THE MALCOLM BRADBURY TRUST
In memory of the late author, screenwriter and academic, the Malcolm Bradbury Trust, is a registered charity seeking to advance and promote the literary arts through educational initiatives.
The trust is currently led by a board of trustees comprising of seven professional members. Our trustees have experience and knowledge in fields spanning from education, literature, publishing, film & television, law and social enterprise. We are also pleased to welcome one of Malcolm’s early students, now a critically acclaimed writer, to our team.
The trust and family have a long-standing relationship with the University of East Anglia. It was here that, in the 1970s, Malcolm Bradbury and follow author friend Angus Wilson, founded the world-renowned School of Creative Writing and Literature at the University. The school has been characterised by success, with numerous acclaimed authors and academics having passed through its doors – from Ian McEwan and Kazuo Ishiguro, to John Boyne and Louise Doughty (now an MBT Trustee).
The Malcolm Bradbury Trust is thrilled to be collaborating with the University Centre Peterborough (UCP) for a literary event at the University on Tuesday 28th November. Authors and MBT Trustees, Louise Doughty and Henry Sutton, are set to host the event where they...
Trustee, Louise Doughty, presents new book at Laura Devine Immigration Literary Lounge in aid of the Malcolm Bradbury Trust
On Wednesday 8th November, author and MBT Trustee, Louise Doughty, discussed her latest (and 10th!) novel, A Bird in Winter, with fellow author and Trustee, Henry Sutton, at Laura Devine Immigration’s Literary Lounge.* Louise's exceptional latest work, A Bird in...
The Malcolm Bradbury Trust is delighted to be supporting the National Centre for Writing Academy Bursary Programme with one bursary to be awarded to one student of the 'Develop Your Fiction (Intermediate)' course launching this September. The 18-week online course...
Malcolm Bradbury Archive: where to find the papers relating to a lifetime of work by the writer, academic and literary critic
Split across two archives, in two cities, on two continents, papers and works relating to Malcolm’s academic and literary career are catalogued and accessible to the public. The University of East Anglia Archives and Special Collections is home to Malcolm’s education...
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As a charity, we rely on support and donations to achieve our mission – to make the arts more accessible for all by provision or support of educational courses, programmes, activities and opportunities, meanwhile continuing to promote and preserve the literary works and contributions of Malcolm Bradbury. There are many ways you can support us. Click below to find out more.