The latest edition of New Writing features a full history of NAWE.
New Writing is the International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing. The latest, special Issue - Making Connections: Creative Writing in the 21st Century - includes contributions from the national associations representing the subject wordwide, including NAWE. The publisher, Routledge, has kindly made this landmark issue available free to all NAWE members until the end of February 2012.
Access the Special Issue by visiting: www.tandfonline.co.uk/r/making_connections
Introduction: Making Connections: Creative Writing in the 21st Century - Graeme Harper
The Center Has Not Held: Creative Writing & Pluralism – David Fenza
Sharing the art, craft and imagination. The National Association of Writers in Education – Paul Munden
The Australasian Association of Writing Programs 1996–2011 – Donna Lee Brien, Marcelle Freiman, Jeri Kroll, and Jen Webb
Is there a collective noun for loners? - Gail Pittaway
The Asia-Pacific Writing Partnership: an Initiative Supporting Writers in the World’s Most Populous and Dynamic Region – Jane Camens
European Association of Creative Writing Programmes – Daniel Soukup
A Worldwide Network for Children’s Writers and Illustrators – Kathleen Ahrens
‘Unmade!’ Virtual Collaborative Creation Report on an International Experiment – Graeme Harper
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