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Writing in Education - Vol. 19 - International/Community

In this issue:

A Snowball in Africa with a Chance of Flourishing
Pam Nichols looks at Writing Centres as shifters of power in a South African university.
Conflicting Views of Writing as Therapy
Mark Robinson reflects on a survey of writers' attitudes.
Creative Writing and Personal Development
Celia Hunt reports from the University of Sussex.
Marrying Writing and the Teaching of Writing
Vicki Feaver considers the balance between her creative and critical lives.
Public Poetry: new forms for new purposes
David Hart asks if our new expectations of poetry are changing the nature of the art.
Reader in Residence
Kenneth Steven reports on his work in Aberdeen.
The Europe Schools
Theresa Heine presents some of the English creative writing produced by her pupils in Berlin.
The Mary and Alfred Wilkins Memorial Poetry Competition
Andrew Wilkins and adjudicator Susan Bassnett provide an insight into this competition's origins and impact.
Where Are They Now?
We asked three former students from the University of Derby how their writing studies remain relevant.

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