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Writing in Education - Vol. 56 - NAWE Conference 2011

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In this issue:

‘Texts of Poetics’ and Historical Fiction
Heather Richardson considers how authors make critical reflections on their own work.
A NAWE Conference
Julie MacLusky reflects on the rich variety of offerings at the NAWE Conference in Northampton, 2011.
A Poem in the Space between Languages
Vanessa Gebbie and Sieneke de Rooij describe a writing experiment at the NAWE Conference 2011.
Being in Uncertainties, Mysteries and Doubts
Derek Neale completes our three-part exploration of the role of the imagination in the academy today.
Facts and Feelings
Susan Greenberg, Hilary Jenkins and Julie Wheelwright present the conclusions of their panel at the NAWE Conference 2011.
Fluency, observation and voice
Ian Pople considers issues in the teaching of creative writing to non-native speakers.
Making it: What a Degree in Creative Writing Has Done for Me
Craig Batty introduces Danielle Jawando and Bernie Howley talking about their progress as writing students.
Mute Disabled Characters in Young Adult Novels
Nigel Smith investigates with reference to his own work.
On a Learning Curve
Ardella Jones charts the founding of her own creative writing business.
Playground
Dave Attrill describes the emergence of his novel from a WEA?class.
Poetry, Practice and Pedagogy
Caroline Murphy shares the findings of the Well Versed pilot in the North-East.
Taking risks in fiction
Linda Anderson discusses how we enable our students to write boldly.
The Future Is Words
Wes Brown, Daniel Sluman and David Tait provide a flavour of the Young Writers’ session in Northampton.
The importance of quiet places for writers
Siobhan Wall urges us towards creative silence.
Whither the Workshop?
Andrew Cowan, Sam Kelly and Richard Beard discuss the strengths and shortcomings of the Creative Writing workshop.