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Writing in Education - Vol. 71 - NAWE Conference Collection 2016 (2)

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In this issue:

“It’s alright, students, not to write”
Jeremy Over considers what Ron Padgett can teach us
Creativity and the Chemo Brain
Susmita Bhattacharya makes the connection from the perspective of a cancer patient.
Escuela de Escritores
Javier Sagarna writes about his school’s master course in narrative.
Essential Reading
Chris Arthur offers notes addressed to students as a preface to his feedback on their work.
Everyday magic and mythical maps
Jennie Bailey puts the “extra” into “ordinary”.
If we can sing the blues, why not write the reds?
Gabrielle Mullarkey takes an alternative look at putting colour into writing.
Introducing the Poetry Map
Matt Bryden provides detail of a new online resource to encourage students to engage with poetry.
Packing your workshop toolbag
William Gallagher chooses a faithful companion.
Performance in the Science Fiction and Fantasy Workshop
Tiffani Angus looks at the dynamic within groups.
Playing with Words
Paul Williams encourages failure in the first year experience.
The not so simple simile
Andrea Holland explores simile as a poetic device.
The poem as witness
Joan Michelson describes her work at the NAWE?Conference in Stratford.
The Search for Meaning
Kylie Fitzpatrick relates writing to Depth Psychology.
White Water Writers
Francesca Baker describes a writing camp where students of all abilities come together to produce a novel in five days.
Writing well or writing to get well?
Lapidus members Tony Wall, Lisa Rossetti, Clare Scott and Barbara Bloomfield reflect on writing and wellbeing.