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Writing in Practice - Vol. 8

In this issue:

1: GUEST ARTICLE Queerness as Translation
by Mary Jean Chan
2: The Art of Betrayal: Coming-of-Age Through Transnational Writing
by Elen Caldecott
3: Retaining the nuances of a minority language when writing in English
A Creative-critical Approach to How the Nuances of the Maltese Language Can be Retained by Amber Duivenvoorden
4: Decolonising Enid Blyton
Writing a post-colonial Enid Blyton mystery novel by Paul Williams
5: Born on 4th July - Prelude, Preamble, Precursor, Premonition
by Jo Somerset
6: Creative Non-fiction and ABSTRACT Photography
An Insightful Partnership by Alex Bertram
7: There is no me without you
The implications of self as mutable and multiple for the writer by Joanna Nadin
8: The Herepath Project
Deep mapping and hedge-springing during lockdown by Kevan Manwaring
9: Being Kind to Myself
Developing a Compassionate Writing Practice by Helen Foster
x10: Walking and Writing, Running and Redrafting
Towards a template for the physically-active creative by Liam Bell & Gemma Ryde
x11: The WRITE Model
An Interdisciplinary Tool for Research and Practice in Creative Writing and Wellbeing by Megan C. Hayes
x12: Writing about and through objects in contemporary short fiction
by Maria A. Ioannou
x13: Brautigan’s Sombrero Fallout
A Cathartic Case for Absurdism in Pedagogical Learning by Simon Read

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