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One-to-one Writing Support

Thank you for your reassurance that the writing process is difficult. I thought it was just me who was having all these troubles

Introducing our Fellows

We are delighted that Katie Hickman and Rosalind Harvey will continue as our Royal Literary Fund Fellows for 2022-2023.

Would you like to write more clearly, fluently and professionally?

Our Royal Literary Fund Fellows offer confidential, one-to-one appointments for postgraduate research students & postdoctoral research staff.

They can help with a diverse set of skills, including:

  • Overcoming writer’s block
  • Accurate grammar
  • Thesis organisation & structure
  • Fluent academic style
  • Punctuation
  • Summary skills
You have taught me to approach editing as a craft rather than as a chore, something I am going to remember forever

Make an appointment

Appointments are available Tuesday to Friday during term time. Appointments will be available primarily on campus, however, some online appointments will be available - contact a Fellow to enquire.

Appointment bookings will open on 3rd October 2022

Email one Fellow in the first instance to make an appointment:


5th Floor Waterloo Bridge Wing
Franklin Wilkins Building
Stamford Street, London SE1 9NH

Please note: unfortunately, due to restrictions in the Royal Literary Fund charity charter, this service is only available to students currently living in the UK

Related resources

King’s Disability Service

This service is open to PGR students and includes information on assessment, including for dyslexia and other learning difficulties.

Student Service Online

A generic search function that signposts to key information for students. A good starting point for most student queries.

Centre for Doctoral Studies

The Centre for Doctoral Studies pages (including internal pages for current students and staff) host information on regulations and policies that govern PGR training, information on funding, induction and training. A good starting point for PGR-specific queries.

Doctoral Training

Our PGR Training web pages outline the other opportunities available to PGR students to develop skills as researchers and prepare for their future careers. This includes a full suite of writing workshops and access to writing retreats. Go to Training Themes and Courses -> Writing and Publishing.

Nature Masterclasses Online

King’s subscribes to Nature Masterclasses, which hosts excellent on-demand training materials on the topics of Writing and Publishing. King’s students can access all of this for free – the link is also available on the training web pages.

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