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Kingston Publishing: inspiring future publishers

Despite the undoubted focus on events in East London, Greenwich and Eton Dorney, we’re proud to note that the London 2012 spotlight also hovered occasionally over a certain south-western corner of the capital during the recent Olympic games. Cyclist Bradley Wiggins said nothing would ever top the “incredible” noise from the crowd as he raced through Kingston during his gold-winning time trial, Kingston-born judo bronze medallist Karina Bryant is already planning to return to her old school in Surbiton, and, on the penultimate day of the games, Kingston University graduate Ed McKeever (aka the “Usain Bolt of the water”) took gold in the 200m kayak sprint.

But it’s not just athletes and Team GB supporters who are enjoying the glow of gold around Kingston right now. Our very own MA Publishing and MA Publishing and Creative Writing students also have something to celebrate: a set of similarly golden…

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