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Writing in Education - Vol. 75 - NAWE Conference Collection 2017 (Part 2)

In this issue:

“That’s not poetry; it’s sociology!”
Andrea Holland reflects on riff, experience and hybrid form in contemporary poetry.
Disability and access to non-traditional forms of creative writing education
Sarah Gonnet describes her personal experience and a range of provision.
Engaging the disaffected
Julie MacLusky discusses the benefits of field trips to historical sites.
Genre recall
Paul Taylor-McCartney considers the function of memory and identity in dystopian texts.
I’m afraid I don’t know
Liz Lefroy considers the connection between her poetry and social work.
Intergenerational poetry
Joan Michelson explores poetry reading, writing and reciting with a group of mixed ages.
Nature caring and sharing
Sarah Leavesley offers insight into her journaling process.
Paper Nations
Creative Writing in Schools Programme 2016-18
Seven writing strategies
Carl Tighe offers simple help for university students.
The genesis, writing and form of the poem DNA?Time
Sue Dymoke and Pietro Roversi provide detail of their poetic collaboration.
The SO:Write Young Writers Project
Susmita Bhattacharya describes her involvement in opening up a world of writing and performance for young people.
Using poetry in therapeutic writing
Lindsay Reid relates her experience facilitating a group at a charity in the North East.
Writing characters from under-represented communities
Sylvia Hehir offers the perspective of an emerging writer of young adult fiction.

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