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  • Jo Nightingale Communications: Feature-writing
    editor and media relations professional I have also written for publications including Big Issue in the North Creative Tourist Manchester Confidential and Louder Than War To learn more about my media relations work including press roles at The University of Manchester click here For examples of my feature writing click here To view communications collateral I have written edited produced click here For further information on my communications experience please visit my LinkedIn profile Jo is a first class communications professional who has worked with the University on a wide variety of publications PR campaigns and comms projects She has excellent project management skills and understands the importance of targeted and cost effective communications that meet the needs of the commissioning organisation and its key audiences Alan Ferns Director of Communications Media and Public Relations The University of Manchester Jo was responsible for writing and editing all the material associated with our work during our first two years and we put a good share of its continuing success down to her skills John McAuliffe co director Centre for New Writing The University of Manchester Jo Nightingale is astonishingly energetic and her approach to all aspects of media relations is savvy

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  • Jo Nightingale Communications: About
    in coverage by MEN City Life BBC Radio Merseyside the Liverpool Echo and Daily Post the Manchester Metro Big Issue in the North The Scotsman Sunday Mail in Scotland California Chronicle AllFM ArtBeat MP3 9 mins in filmandfestivals com and NW Business Desk I also managed media relations for TAPE s short documentary film Hi High Rise achieving coverage in the Manchester Evening News once twice Inside the M60 BBC Online Go See This BBC Radio Manchester Alan Beswick and Heather Stott shows Chimp magazine Distill Channel M and Big Issue in the North My press releases for The University of Manchester s Centre for New Writing included Amis and Jacobson debate ideas of Britishness covered by The Guardian Review the MEN Metro and Manchester Confidential DBC Pierre to preview next novel covered by the Bookseller and City Life and an exclusive interview agreed with the Big Issue Neil Gaiman swoops into Manchester resulted in an exclusive preview interview in the Metro Banville novel to preview in new Manchester journal covered by BBC News online the Press Association The Telegraph The Irish Times The Guardian Crain s RTE Television and a wide range of regional papers My media work for

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  • Jo Nightingale Communications: Feature-writing
    Manchester so my features are no longer live Preview Manchester Histories Festival Big Issue in the North Feature Valuing Older People programme Unilife The University of Manchester p 15 Tourism tip The world s first industrial suburb Spotted by Locals NB I have now left Manchester so my features are no longer live Feature The Legal Advice Centre Unilife The University of Manchester p 12 Profile Professor Colette Fagan Unilife The University of Manchester p 14 15 Case studies Managing in the Round programme brochure The University of Manchester p 4 5 Preview Manchester and Salford Illustrated Spotted by Locals NB I have now left Manchester so my features are no longer live Feature Working Class Movement Library under threat Big Issue in the North print version Art preview Ford Madox Brown Manchester Art Gallery Big Issue in the North Profile Will Spinks Registrar Unilife The University of Manchester p 14 15 Tourism tip Cafe North Spotted by Locals NB I have now left Manchester so my features are no longer live Music feature Whatever happened to The Cure Louder Than War Tourism feature Seaside destinations from Manchester Creative Tourist Tourism tip Try Thai restaurant Spotted by Locals NB I have now left Manchester so my features are no longer live Tourism tip Literature hubs in Manchester Spotted by Locals NB I have now left Manchester so my features are no longer live Tourism tips Manchester recommendations Spotted by Locals NB I have now left Manchester so my features are no longer live Feature diversifying re purposing places of worship page 1 page 2 page 3 Big Issue in the North Profile Dr Tim Westlake Unilife The University of Manchester p 14 15 Feature buying furniture and homeware second hand page 1 page 2 Big Issue in the North Feature making beaded jewellery page 1 page 2 Big Issue in the North Interview Satirist David Kaiserman Big Issue in the North Theatre preview The Mill City of Dreams Big Issue in the North Profile Professor Alys Young Unilife The University of Manchester p 12 13 Concert review Cat s Eyes St Philip s Salford Louder Than War Journal The Manchester Review issue 6 production management and web editing Corporate magazine Science for Life The University of Manchester Interview Novelist Barbara Trapido Big Issue in the North News piece new Revolution Manchester gallery at Museum of Science and Industry MOSi Big Issue in the North Feature buying real art page 1 page 2 Big Issue in the North Feature the story of Manchester Docks Salford Quays page 1 page 2 Big Issue in the North Interview Novelist and journalist Ben Myers Big Issue in the North Feature Literature festivals in the north page 1 page 2 Big Issue in the North Feature Literature events in Greater Manchester Go See This Journal The Manchester Review issue 5 production management and web editing Feature Attractions guide to Stockport Go See This Feature Shopping guide to Manchester Creative Tourist Feature Adult education activity Big

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  • Jo Nightingale Communications: Communications collateral: brochures, flyers, websites, internal communications, posters, leaflets, reports, adverts
    the DTi s Knowledge Transfer Partnerships scheme with two Manchester universities business software house Quantiv two and a half years in The University of Manchester s Division of Communications Media and Public Relations writing and editing the university s magazine staff newsletter press releases faculty newsletters and online content UniLife magazine October August June Medical and Human Sciences News February October Staff Update two years at Manchester s Centre for

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    satirizing the changing nature of British life His journalism has consistently looked at how the British state has responded to a changing world a concern particularly apparent in his account of his travels to Northern Ireland Iraq and the US with then PM Tony Blair Howard Jacobson was born in Prestwich in Manchester and taught in Sydney Cambridge and the Midlands before becoming an esteemed novelist and broadcaster Often writing in a humorous style the Jewish experience in Britain in the mid to late 20th century is a recurring theme in his work Bradley Professor of English Literature Murray Pittock of the University of Glasgow will chair the event which takes place in the University s Whitworth Hall A prominent expert on national identity within the UK and post 1945 Scottish and Irish culture and society he is a frequent presenter and commentator on BBC Radio 4 Organisers at the Centre for New Writing expect a lively and stimulating evening which will conclude with a Q and A session allowing members of the public and students to put questions to the panel Amis has been Professor of Creative Writing at the Centre since September 2007 and takes part in four public debates on issues in contemporary literature each year These complement the Centre s regular Literature Live readings which showcase the best established and emerging novelists and poets ENDS NOTES FOR EDITORS Martin Amis Public Event Literature and Britishness will take place at 6 30pm on Thursday 12 February in the Whitworth Hall University of Manchester Oxford Road M13 9PL Tickets cost 5 3 concessions and are available from Quay Tickets on www quaytickets com or 0870 428 0785 SPECIAL OFFER A season ticket covering six chargeable events at the Centre for New Writing between February and July can be

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    before a dramatic fall from grace DBC Pierre s fascinating back story includes drugs debt and illegal money making schemes H e will discuss his life and varied career which has included stints as a designer photographer film maker and cartoonist with Booker shortlisted novelist M J Hyland as well as taking questions from the audience This event will round up the 2008 Literature Live series of readings run by the Centre for New Writing the academic home of Professor Martin Amis The series brings the best known contemporary novelists and poets to Manchester to discuss and read from their work Full details are Literature Live DBC Pierre Monday 15 December 6 30 pm Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall Martin Harris Centre Bridgeford Street University of Manchester Oxford Road M13 9PL Tickets cost 5 3 concessions and include a drink at the post event reception and discounts on the author s books at the event bookstall They are available from the University s box office on 0161 275 8951 or boxoffice manchester ac uk or via www quaytickets com ENDS NOTES FOR EDITORS Literature Live is supported by Abode Manchester www abodehotels co uk manchester Images are available upon request For

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    into major films He was recently voted number three in the top 100 SF and Fantasy authors by SFX Magazine readers This event is the latest in the Literature Live series of readings run by the University s Centre for New Writing academic home of Martin Amis These bring the best known contemporary novelists and poets to Manchester to discuss and read from their work It will take place in the suitably neo gothic surroundings of the University s Whitworth Hall at 7 00pm Full details are Literature Live Neil Gaiman Wednesday 29 October 7 00pm Whitworth Hall University of Manchester Oxford Road M13 9PL Tickets cost 7 5 concessions and include discounts on the author s books at the event bookstall They are available from the University s box office on 0161 275 8951 or boxoffice manchester ac uk or via www quaytickets com ENDS NOTES FOR EDITORS Literature Live is supported by Abode Manchester www abodehotels co uk manchester Images of Neil Gaiman are available upon request For further information on any of this season s events please visit www manchester ac uk arts newwriting events or contact Jo Nightingale Centre for New Writing School of Arts Histories

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    feature new work by high profile writers Ali Smith Paul Muldoon M J Hyland and Bill Manhire The journal also aims to nurture and promote new writers and artists including Chris Killen Josh Bell and Larry Goves in the first issue It will depart from the medium s conventions approach by existing only online but readers will be able to print a stand alone version of each piece of content on demand New issues will appear each spring and autumn and will often include broadcasts of new music and public debates visual art and video pieces as well as fiction and poetry The journal will be edited by the Centre s co directors John McAuliffe and Ian McGuire John McAuliffe said Manchester and The University of Manchester were home to some of the UK s most innovative twentieth century literary journals including Brian Cox s Critical Quarterly and Michael Schmidt s PN Review The Manchester Review takes its cue from their proactive promotion of new writing but uses online media to show and sponsor the interplay of poetry fiction music visual art and essays by new and established practitioners We hope that it will find new readers and audiences for exciting and innovative creative work which is steeped in traditional virtues This will be accompanied by the Review s lively critical blog which will take the temperature of and maybe sometimes set the agenda for the contemporary arts in the UK and beyond ENDS Notes for Editors The Manchester Review will be launched at www themanchesterreview co uk at the beginning of October John McAuliffe and Ian McGuire are available for interview Images are available The full list of contributors to the first issue is John Banville Ali Smith Paul Muldoon M J Hyland Bill Manhire Vona Groarke Neil Rollinson

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