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Writing in Education - Vol. 9 - 'Green' Voices

In this issue:

Ecocritics and Ecothrillers
Richard Kerridge expands on his presentation at the NAWE conference at Bath Spa University.
Image and Imagination
Maggie Butt describes a module which forms part of the BA Writing Programme at Middlesex University.
It All Started with a Visit from Terry Pratchett
Sue Ashby describes a fiction promotion project in the southern counties.
Learning to Look on Nature
Rebecca New examines the relationship between literature and landscape.
Mistakes and Successes
Harriet Kline describes her work writing with adults with learning disabilities.
Poetry in Schools: Tips for Teachers
This article by Kerry Brentnall was written while studying the Writing and Publication module at Derby University.
The Limits of Literature - Creative Writing in the University Classroom
Greg Light examines the student-writer's learning experience.
The Potential of Radio
Jess Curtis reports on a Writing for Radio conference at Sunderland.
The Writer in Schools: Two Points of View
Jill Dawson and Margo Daly describe setting up and running a residency at Mulberry School.
Whittingham Hospital - Writer-in-Residence
Pete Morgan writes about his experience in this post.
Writing Tutors Forum
Sarah Hopkins writes about an initiative to give personal and professional support to writing tutors.

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