Dr. Sally Flint
Continuing Professional Development Co-Ordinator
South Cloisters 2.07
South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK
Dr Sally Flint brings her experience of being a writer, editor, publisher and lecturer in English/Creative Writing, and past work in healthcare to her role in the Medical School. She is particularly interested in working at the interface of climate science, planetary health, and the arts. She has led many community projects resulting in published books. Storytelling and the power of words underpin her practice and research, and she uses this to raise awareness of the climate crisis. As part of a committed interdisciplinary team she is creative writing lead in the projects Climate Stories, One Chance Left (COP26 2021) and We Still Have a Chance (COP27 2022).
PhD English and Creative Writing
Climate science and the arts
Ekphrasis and the relationship between text and image, especially in a contemporary context.
Publishing and ‘the best words in the best order’.
Poetry project: 12 poems for 12 days of Cop28 in Dubai
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