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Writing in Education - Vol. 16 - Ed. Cashdan

In this issue:

If Stones Could Speak
Katrina Porteous offers diary extracts from her time as writer-in-residence for Shetland Arts Trust.
Inside: the CD-ROM/97
Brian Ball reflects on his work with inmates at HM Prison Everthorpe.
Organising a Schools Writing Competition
The theme was homelessness. Derek Collins considers the challenges and rewards.
Reading Between the Lines
Graham Mort describes a 'creative reading' course offered by the Open College of the Arts.
Shop Talk
Janet Smith chats to Bob Windsor, editor of Staple magazine.
The Diversity of Poetry
Rita Ray on how trainee teachers' perceptions affect their attitudes to poetry.
The Poetry Channel
Sally Beaton on how emailing can ring to the sound of poetry.
The School Assembly as an Arena for Creative Writing
Vicky Sadler breathes life into a sometimes tired tradition.
The Scottish Readiscovery Book Bus
Debjani Chatterjee and Gyll Curtis offer their perspectives on this valuable service.
Transferable Skills?
Fiona Sampson considers the residency experience and the teaching of creative writing at different levels and in different contexts.
You Are Now Your Own Carver
Jeremy Hooker, poet and Professor at Bath Spa University College, is interviewed by Bryan Podmore.

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