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Writing in Education - Vol. 55 - Focus on Africa

Writing in Education 55

In this issue:

‘A focus on children and young people’
Robert Hull wonders if poetry is being meaningfully addressed within the latest manifestos and reports.
“I will crack open a story to tell you”
Candi Miller describes her work with San writers in Cape Town.
An Angola War Veteran Returns
Paul Herzberg describes how his experience of conscription provided raw material for a play.
Being in Uncertainties, Mysteries and Doubts
Maggie Butt presents the opinions of four poets about the role of the imagination in the academy.
Creative Writing at the Museum
Susan Morgan enthuses Lifelong Learning students at Cardiff University.
Flash Theatre
Alyson Morris champions the ten-minute script as a practical playwriting focus for level three BA?English students.
Hadithi Ya Afrika
Sarah Penny introduces a collaborative project using writing and dramatherapy.
Hard Cop and Soft Cop
Claire Baldwin and Jonathan Taylor consider peer feedback in creative writing.
Making the Statue Move
Anne Lauppe-Dunbar balances research within creative writing.
Masters and Servants
Simon Holloway investigates issues relating to the expansion of MA?programmes.
Poetry Matters
Sue Dymoke, Anthony Wilson and Andrew Lambirth refelect on the first three Poetry Matters seminars.
Sheffield Voices across Time
Liz Cashdan helps to add school pupils’ voices to the local archive.
Stranger than Faction – Art Imitating Life
Calum Kerr blends life-writing and fiction in his teaching.
Tamasha/Mulberry School Writer’s Attachment Scheme
Jim Kenworth gives an account of a pioneering project in Tower Hamlets.
The Humble Haiku
Ashley Lister addresses some of this short form’s technical complexities.
Writing in the Digital Age
Philippa Johnston introduces a variety of members’ strategies, with contributions from: Morgen Bailey, Craig Douglas, Miriam Halahmy, Paul Hardwick, Anthony Haynes, Rosalie Marsh, Judith Lesley Marshall, Andrew Melrose, Trevor Millum, Nicole Moore, David and Helen Orme, Patrick Toland.

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