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Writing in Education - Vol. 25 - International


In this issue:

Creative Writing as an Outcome of UNICEF Projects
Esther Lucas describes her work in Israel where poetry has been used in EFL teaching
Creative Writing by Degrees
Graeme Harper brings more news from the USA and makes a plea for a consortium of university presses.
Crossing Borders
Graham Mort provides an account of this British Council project in Uganda.
Five Go Online
Poems and emailed critiques offered to each other by Carole Bromley, Liz Cashdan, Joyce Lambert, Rob Lock and Kate Rhodes.
Real Writing
Liz Cashdan offers some practical ideas as used within her job-share residency in Wakefield primary schools.
The Aldeburgh Poetry Festival
Naomi Jaffa outlines the history, considerable success and further plans for this popular festival.
The Hospice Residency
Simon Fletcher reflects on his Year of the Artist placement in Shropshire.
The Short Story: An Undervalued Genre
Jacqueline Phillips explains how the short story is much more than a stepping-stone to the novel.
Writing from Experience
Colin Evans takes a seriously creative approach to the issues of assessment in creative writing courses.
Writing Text for Performance
Charlotte Goodwin relives the bewildering experience of setting up 'rebel radio station' workshops.

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