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Writing in Education - Vol. 7 - Ed.Cashdan

In this issue:

A Lap-Top for John Keats
Susanna Gladwin
A New Arena for Creative Writing Teaching: Writing Scripts for Stage, Screen and Radio
Mary Luckhurst
Around Books Workshop
Joan Michelson reports on a four-day workshop in Haringey Library.
Autobiography and the Imagination
Celia Hunt describes her work at the University of Sussex.
Congleton Poetry Festival
Judith Thwaite describes how poetry has been included in the festival.
Hospital Days Remembered
Liz Holmes reflects on her own childhood experience.
How Students Understand and Learn Creative Writing in Higher Education
Greg Light
Learning to Learn
Pat Murgatroyd, Brian Vince and John Goodwin look at Writing and Reflection as part of a degree programme for adult learners.
The Making of Border Songs
In Writing in Education No 5, Roger Garfitt - interviewed by Brian Podmore - mentioned his commission for a sequence of poems on glass. This article, in which the poet reflects on his task, is reprinted here by kind permission of The Wilfred Owen Associat
The Progress of Writing: Tales from Middlesex University
Susanna Gladwin considers the differences between graduate and postgraduate degrees in writing.
Word as Image
John Singleton

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