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Writing in Education - Vol. 39 - Ed. Salway


In this issue:

America in Johannesburg
Pamela Nichols rejoices in the sound of Zulu warriors in the English department corridor.
Decentring Everything: A Pedagogical Philosophy for Creative Writing
Nigel McLoughlin puts forward a pedagogical philosophy for creative writing.
Edinburgh: a Tale of Two Cities
Christian McEwen provides a detailed picture of Edinburgh's varied literary scene.
Reading the Game
Tom Palmer gives an account of his work with libraries on 'how to become a world-class football reader and writer'.
Science by Subterfuge
Ann Lackie discusses the ways in which scientific ideas are represented in fiction and poetry.
So what is guerrilla writing anyway?
Moy McCrory reflects on a year-long experiment at Derby University's Creative Writing Course.
The Art of Unthinking
Richard Burns describes his haiku workshops with schools both in the UK and abroad.
Writing Poetry
John Mole offers extracts from his Commonplace book, consisting of comments by poets and other artists.

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