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Writing in Education - Vol. 72 - International Issue

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In this issue:

A Helicopter Shot of Creative Writing in Schools
Caleb Parkin reflects on the Literature Review produced in conjunction with the Paper Nations and First Story projects, funded by Arts Council England.
A Murder of Darlings
Kevin Price offers a piece of fictocriticism on “the editor, the experience gap and children’s authorship”.
But Can You Get a Job?
Randall Albers considers the dual mission of Creative Writing programmes.
Connecting through a Common Language
Fan Dai describes the Sun Yat-sen University Writers’ Residency in China.
Creative Writing Goes Global
Stephanie Vanderslice makes the case for more international collaboration, with a specific agenda.
Divided by a Common Language?
Paul Munden provides an overview of the two NAWE panels at the AWP 50th Anniversary Conference in Washington DC, February 2017.
Film and Text
Haleh Agar provides an account of her work with secondary school students, improving their understanding of crafting techniques.
James Baldwin and the Dilemma of Political Certainty
Glen Retief writes about Baldwin’s ability to testify passionately to injustice, and the influence of this on his own work.
Learning not to write?
Robert Hull laments the school curriculum’s inability to foster real writing.
Peddling a Poetry Chapbook
Joan Michelson shares a narrative first published on the AGNI blog.
Sincere and Insincere Speaking
Paul Hetherington discusses how Creative Writing graduates are prepared for lifelong careers.
Writing and the Global Economy
Jen Webb takes stock of the arguments concerning the worth of Creative Writing, and how graduates are positioned.