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Love & lust, betrayal & endurance, disturbance & peace, life & loss, nature & modern society, language & what lies in the shadows between lines delight and tantalise in Sarah James’s latest work. Read more...

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This books reports on the NAWE project which set out to research the effectiveness of writers-in-residence working in schools. The project involved the placement of writers in nine schools across England (four primary and five secondary) over nine academic terms between September 2006 and July 2009. Read more...

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Classics in the Classroom presents fascinating strategies for using great literature to inspire imaginative writing. The literature discussed in this volume includes myths, epics, lyric poems, plays, stories, and novels, from ancient Sumeria, Greece, Rome, and Persia, and from Europe, Japan, Africa, and the United States. Read more...

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This book brings together the reflections of those writers who took part in NAWE's pioneering project of 1995, with comments from teachers involved. It also contains articles by specialists in the field, accounts of arts and disability issues, reviews, book lists and other resources. Read more...

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This new publication is an invaluable guide for teachers incorporating Creative Writing in their work, and especially for those teaching the Creative Writing A Level. It focuses on the various aspects of the writing process and the major forms covered by the current A Level specification. Read more...

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Creative Writing: the Matrix, Exercises and Ideas for Creative Writing Teachers, contains 95 exercises, 21 mini-lectures and friendly advice for tutors. Aimed at writers teaching creative writing in adult education, the material covers planning and ways to spark supportive creative spirit, productivity and confidence; adaptable for many levels. Read more...

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Creative Writing: Writers on Writing anthologises original literary work by eight contemporary authors – Amal Chatterjee, Colm Breathnach, Fred D’Aguiar, Jane Draycott, Philip Gross, Kathryn Heyman, Sabyn Javeri-Jillani, and Emily Raboteau. Dealing with birth and death, love and ambition, domestic drama and foreign adventure, they take the reader to the country (Ireland, Guyana, England) and to the city (Delhi, Karachi, New York and Prague). Read more...

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A teen thriller in a climate-changed world, Forest of Lies follows present-day trends to their inevitable conclusions and asks urgent questions about our responsibilities to the dispossessed.  Read more...

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A DIY Guide to professional development planning for writers and literature professionals. Read more...

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Illuminations is a dazzling behind-the-scenes look at the art of writing, with 55 thought-provoking passages by great writers from around the world and throughout history. Read more...

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Researching creative writing by Jen Webb enables writer-researchers to craft a toolkit that will help them produce better creative work and more rigorous research work. Available to NAWE members at 73% discount with free delivery in the UK.


Teaching Creative Writing is designed to showcase practical approaches developed by practitioners in the ever-growing community of writers in higher education. Available to NAWE members at 73% discount with free delivery in the UK.



Creative Writing: Writers on Writing
anthologises original prose and poetry, accompanied by reflective essays in which the eight authors explore the creative process behind the work. For students on creative writing courses, these provide diverse models of how to discuss one’s own writing. Available at a 66% discount to NAWE members.



In Rethinking Creative Writing NAWE member Stephanie Vanderslice challenges the myths surrounding creative writing and, through case studies of best practice, provides a vision of how creative writing programs can engage with contemporary culture. Available to NAWE members at 36% discount with free delivery in the UK.


Studying Creative Writing ed. Sharon Norris is designed to help students succeed at their creative writing degree. It supports good teaching by helping students overcome barriers to effective learning. Available to NAWE members at 73% discount with free delivery in the UK.