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Writing in Education - Vol. 17 - Ed. Cashdan

In this issue:

Diary of a Reader in Residence for Kirklees
James Nash offers insights into his work with Rommi Smith, setting up sustainable readers' groups.
Images of Writing
Maggie Butt collates metaphors for the writing process from fifty undergraduate students.
ShadoWork: Poets Doing the Unthinkable
Mario Petrucci points the way to a new, 'co-vocal' approach to poetry.
Taking the Trauma Factor away from Creative Writing Exercises
Jayne Steel considers how to break the ice - gently.
Teaching a Reusable Sense of Place
Ann Turkle explains how student writing benefits from an intimacy with a specific location.
Telling Lies and Making up Stories
Malaika Rose Stanley's very first residency resulted in a prize-winning story (by Rebecca Partos).
Words on Stone: Poetry in the Garden
Katherine Gallagher describes the process of working with two schools - and a sculptor - to produce 210 letters on granite as part of a local regeneration scheme.

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