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Writing in Education - Vol. 47 - Community


In this issue:

Almost An Island?
Sarah Butler explores the Greenwich Peninsula in words and sound.
Climbing up the Walls
Simon Sweeney introduces creative writing where you don't expect to find it.
Creative Visualization
Louise Tondeur offers a writer's toolkit for use in community contexts.
Creative Writing on the Old Silk Road
Sherry Ashworth reports on a British Council project in Uzbekistan.
Dementia and 'Me-ness'
John Killick presents the poetry of Ian McQueen.
Little Green Pig
Ella Burns describes a community writing project for young writers in Brighton and Hove.
My Father Was the Oldest Student in the World
Paul Herzberg celebrates his father's achievement.
News and Poetry
Joan Michelson gives an account of her workshop at the NAWE Conference 2008.
Poetry and Emotional Health
Wendy French reflects on a Poets in the City project run in conjunction with the Samaritans and Lapidus.
Preserving the Beautiful Peacock
Ian Seed writes about teaching writing to the elderly.
The F Word
Clive Hopwood outlines the work of the Writers in Prisons Network.
The Wishing Eel
Gillian McClure creates a narrative with students at the Nine Wells Nature Reserve in Cambridgeshire.
Time Served, Time Transformed
Christine Fisher explains the importance of writers in prisons, with examples of written work produced.
Vital Communities
Clare Crossman discovers the pulling power of poetry when working with young people at Ely Cathedral.
Workshops that Work
Liz Cashdan explores which stimuli and processes really deliver.

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