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Writing in Education - Vol. 13 - Ed. Cashdan

In this issue:

Bradford and Beyond
Some meta-sonnets by Gerard Benson.
Creative Writing at the Geffrye Museum
Vicky Mills describes NAWE writers working with children in a very special environment.
Demythologising Creative Writing
Colin Bulman has some questions and answers for the theorists.
Dracula the Ballet
Rose Atfield suggests how writing can lead into other artforms.
Ed Start
Some useful ideas from Mary Walker on making and using puppets as a way into storytelling and writing.
Outdoor Gate
We publish some poems by students at Lenoir-Rhyne College where Terry Gifford was writer in residence.
Rainbows Are Taboo
Selima Hill, award-winning poet and author of Violet (Bloodaxe 1997), is interviewed by Bryan Podmore.
Supply and Demand
Adele Geras asks how do we get books, other than those written by Roald Dahl, into the hands of children who might like reading them.
Teaching Professional Writing
This paper by Sandra Harrison describes an innovative writing course at Coventry University.
The Losers
David Ashworth, musician, and Paul Munden, writer, turn bad luck in the lottery and the horror of Dunblane to good account in a school musical.

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