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Posted: Mon 7 Nov 2016
The next meeting of NAWE's PhD Network will take place at Birkbeck, University of London, Saturday 3 December, 1.30–4.30pm. Read more...
Posted: Wed 12 Oct 2016
NAWE members working in higher education are invited to put themselves forward for election to the new committee. Read more...

Posted: Mon 19 Sep 2016
We’re inviting you and your colleagues to the NAWE Conference 2016, which takes place this year from 11-13 November in the beautiful medieval town of Stratford-upon-Avon Read more...

Posted: Mon 13 Jun 2016
London Writers’ Week has announced its 2016 programme. This year London Writers’ Week will take place during the week of July 4th 2016 Read more...

Posted: Fri 29 Apr 2016
Kate Bryan, Tamara Rojo and Elizabeth Freestone among those joining scheme to help bring on the next generation of women leaders in the arts Read more...

Posted: Thu 5 Nov 2015
When the DfE decided to ditch the Creative Writing A-level recently, the free-thinking intellectuals most hurt by its unfathomable decision reacted as persecuted creatives have throughout history, they picked up their pens and wrote, says Sharon Stead. Read more...

Posted: Tue 20 Oct 2015
NAWE is a partner in Bath Spa University's major new ACE-funded project, together with Bath Festivals. Read more...
Posted: Tue 20 Oct 2015
Creative Writing PhD networking event - a cordial invitation. Places are limited so please book.  Read more...
Posted: Sun 13 Sep 2015
WE have had some very disappointing news this week. NAWE have been informed by the AQA exam board that it has not been possible to draft subject content for AS and A-level Creative Writing that meets DfE’s guidance and Ofqual’s principles for reformed AS and A-levels.  Read more...

Posted: Mon 6 Jul 2015
NAWE is delighted to be offering this new publication at 73% discount with free delivery in the UK. The latest in a series of publications from Frontinus (formerly P&H), Jen Webb's book is an invaluable resource for all those involved in the discipline. Read more...
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Posted: Sun 31 May 2015
SAD NEWS. Twenty-five internationally recognised authors have signed a letter to the City University of Hong Kong protesting the university’s decision to close its successful and admired MFA Programme in Creative Writing.  Read more...
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Posted: Thu 14 May 2015
NAWE was given some good news today. Sarah White from the AQA exam board has been in touch to say that the support generated for the A and AS level in Creative Writing has made a difference. The subject is not going to be cut. It will however be under reform over the next few years to meet Ofqual’s criteria.  Read more...
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Posted: Fri 24 Apr 2015
The 2016 AWP Conference & Bookfair Los Angeles Subcommittee is currently accepting proposals for conference events - deadline 4th May 2015.  Read more...

Posted: Tue 14 Apr 2015
In addition to our regular magazine columns, we're pleased to publish this report from Graeme Harper at a conference in Florida — and with news of an important new book. Read more...

Posted: Wed 8 Apr 2015
Poets are lost for words by pupils' imagination and ability to write and perform poetry Read more...

Posted: Wed 25 Mar 2015
Much teaching and learning is at present being driven chiefly by what can be assessed and is distorted by the pressures of accountability, rather than being shaped by what is educationally desirable for pupils Read more...

Posted: Mon 2 Mar 2015
Cut a Long Story launches a new campaign against VAT on ebooks. Cut a Long Story is a community developed by writers for writers. The writers include; Derek Neale, Helen Stockton, Tania Hershman, and Prue Leith.  Read more...

Posted: Wed 18 Feb 2015
We all know that arts and culture matter in so many aspects of everyone’s lives – now it’s time for us all to spread the word Read more...

Posted: Wed 11 Feb 2015
Following the success of last year’s event, Writing East Midlands brings The Writers’ Conference back to The University of Nottingham on Saturday 28 March 2015 Read more...

Posted: Thu 18 Dec 2014
The Max Reinhardt Charitable Trust, NAWE, and engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, are delighted to announce that the inaugural Max Reinhardt Literacy Awards (MRLA) will be hosted by Falmouth Art Gallery, Kettle’s Yard Gallery and Manchester Art Gallery Read more...