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Writing in Education - Vol. 64 - Ed. Munden

In this issue:

Blank in the Mind
Judy Waite explores the value of authors in schools in addressing the the blocked imagination.
Issues Arising
John Killick considers some of the dilemmas when writing with people with dementia.
MacGuffin
Jim Hinks of Comma Press describes a big new virtual jukebox for poetry.
On Body Language, Augusto Boal and Creative Writing Superpowers
Lucy Lepchani makes the connections.
Pleasurable Daring
Alyson Hallett interviews Sharon Olds.
Poems for Many Voices
Paula Claire champions the role of group utterance.
Poetry out of the Box
Pete Bearder tells the story of one of the UK’s first full-time spoken word educators in schools.
Respect for Girls to Make Great Ladies!
Sarah Penny puts forward the role of Creative Writing in ending FGM.
Sculpting the Book
Brian Dettmer recounts his collaboration with a literary masterpiece.
Teaching Writing at Post-16
Fiona Linday reports on a course at the University of Leicester’s Centre for New Writing.
The Great Divide
Matthew Tett investigates the different profiles of the short story in the UK and the US.
The Virtues of the Virtual
Alyson Morris and Tim Kelly discuss the teaching and learning of Creative Writing online.
Translating short poems 1900 years apart
Robert Hull reflects on the experience of translating Martial and Yannis Ritsos.
Write the Damn Book!
Ros Barber puts forward Emotional Freedom Technique as a means of helping writers tap into inspiration.

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