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Writing in Education - Vol. 68 - NAWE Conference Collection 2015

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In this issue:

“Something you’ve done in the sleep of your life”
Paul Magee writes about the relation between poetry writing and acting.
Alone Together
Paul Francis explores one way in which writers can work productively together.
Are universities still fit places in which to teach and learn creative writing?
Mike Harris wonders.
Build a Book in an Hour and a Quarter
Gill James explains the steps (for cash-strapped schools).
Developing Writers’ Identities
Elizabeth Forbes focuses on the outcomes of her doctoral research.
Experimentation, Adaptation, Collaboration
Andrea Holland outlines an innovative course at UEA.
Letting in the Stars of Children’s Poetry – Together
Mandy Coe and Kaye Tew renew their plea for more action.
No More “Sensitive Thoughts”
Peter Cooley investigates place-based creativity in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Poetry at the mill to come unravelled
Maureen Fenton highlights the fragile future for an invaluable resource.
Prose Poetry and Visual Art
Anne Caldwell considers the connections with reference to her own recent writing.
Space to Write
Wyl Menmuir considers the benefits of developing independent writing spaces in schools.
Student Radio Dramas
Alyson Morris and Tim Kelly give an account of their Coventry University module.
The Boat Is Coming (Part 2)
Andrew Melrose continues the tale (from the previous issue) with a focus on “pictures, words and meanings”.
The Building as a Book
Caroline Carver describes a poetic architectural transformation.
Walking the Old Ways
Victoria Field offers a personal reflection on the NAWE Conference 2015.
Walking Writing Workshop with Poems by Frank O’Hara
Joan Michelson presents some of the poems resulting from her Durham workshop.