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Writing in Practice - Vol. 7

In this issue:

Introduction to Special Issue by Derek Neale
GUEST ARTICLE: Story Hunting by Maggie Butt
3 - The Mermaid’s Curse by Heather Richardson
Case Study of a Multimodal Work-in-Progress
4 - Journeys through Narrative Space by Sarah Haynes
The influence of digital technologies on the contemporary experience of reading and writing
5 - Reading and Writing Index Cixous by Joanne Dixon
Reflections on Creative Writing Research in the Academy
6 - Locative Narratives and Storied Cities by Rosamund Davies, Cherry Potts, Kam Rehal
Creating a City Guide for the Imagination
7 - Walking in Imaginary Shoes by Philippa Holloway
Psychogeographic Approaches for Fiction Writing
8 - Cyberspace seanchas by Gráinne Daly
GAA sports fans’ tweets as oral storytelling, a case study
9 - Elephant in the Zoom by Jane Moss
Facilitating inclusivity in a community writing group using multimodal methods
x10 - The Time Devil runs amok by Francis Gilbert
How I improved my creative practice by adopting a multimodal approach for a specific audience
x11 - Towards “Creativity Amplification” by Lynda Clark
AI for Writers, or Beating the System
x12 - On The Hill by Sherezade García Rangel
Podcasting as a creative manoeuvre for remediation
x13 - Moved through the screen by Jack McGowan
Experiencing spoken word through digital media platforms
x14 - On Metis by Simon Perril
Or, What the Fox and Octopus taught me about Practice Research
x15 - Below/around/between by Edwin Stockdale
Poetry in the Spaces between History and Fiction
x16 - Hideous Progeny by Paul Taylor-McCartney
Examining how the failings of science and technology have informed a range of dystopian texts, including the author’s own work, The Recollector
x17 - The Xenophobia Project by Sarah Penny
Using Expressive Arts Therapies To Educate South African Learners About The Experiences Of Migrants

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