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Writing in Education - Vol. 65 - NAWE Conference Collection 2014

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In this issue:

“Let in the Stars”
Mandy Coe and Kaye Tew put forward the case for a vibrant children’s poetry publishing industry.
A Provocation
Steve Dearden pitches his experience of running the Writing Squad against some of the assumptions of higher education.
Creative Assessment
Alyson Morris and Tim Kelly champion the use of storytelling as assessed coursework across the disciplines.
Japanese Wisdom for Writers
Robert Paul Weston offers some traditional folk wisdom.
Moths and Hobby-horses
Oz Hardwick is joined by a multiplicity of creative observation and transformation.
Physical Words
Fiona Hamilton considers the relationship between writing and dance.
Promoting High Quality Creative Writing Teaching in Adult and Community Learning
Helen Stockton investigates the challenges.
Research in Poetry
Andrea Holland reflects on her commissioned poems set in a Norfolk community during WWII.
Taking the Flak
Julie Taylor describes the progress of her A Level Creative Writing students in giving and receiving feedback.
The Village of Your Novel
Rebecca Smith, Judith Heneghan and Carole Burns provide examples of handling fictional characters in very different locations.
Using Students in “Real Time” Projects
Lucy English gives an account of a project at Bath Spa University.
We know how to dream seriously
Javier Sagarna and Mariana Torres introduce the European Association of Creative Writing Programmes.
Writing as a Way of Becoming
Claire Williamson brings together research in the literary, psychological and philosophical domains.