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Writing in Education - Vol. 74 - NAWE Conference Collection 2017 (Part 1)

In this issue:

Breaking Grice’s Maxims
Billy Cowan explains how he enables students to recognize and write subtext.
Creative Afterlives
Mariah Whelan reports on using a family archive to prompt creative work.
Dystopian Fictions
Abi Curtis and Naomi Booth introduce excerpts from their debut novels.
Interview
Lisa Kesteven talks to Andrew Melrose about her short story, “The Innkeeper’s Banquet”.
Often Past Oneself
Paul Graves writes about his work with second-language writers in a creative writing workshop.
On the Run
Kirsty Gunn and Gail Low take a creative approach to writing and teaching essays.
Oreos, Jaffa Cakes and Easy-Peel Clementines
Pat Cochrane and Mónica Parle describe the pedagogical approach of a First Story writer-in-residence.
Passion and Knowledge
Glenn Fosbraey reflects on teaching in higher education.
The Thick Consciousness of Now
Judy Kendall makes use of Nick Humphrey’s work in considering haiku.
Writing and Teaching as a Business
Helen Stockton shares her experience.
Writing to Sustain All Life
Gale Burns, Jean Atkin and Jennie Bailey consider the relevance of the environment to our work as writers.

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