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Writing in Education - Vol. 77 - NAWE Conference Collection 2018 (Part 1)

In this issue:

An exercise of the imagination
Barrie Sherwood sets off to write a book – with creative complications and not a few misgivings.
Cognitive theories and their implications for writers
Tom Dwight considers the relationship between cognition and creativity.
Creating optimism in dystopian fiction
Amy Lilwall examines some successful examples.
Creative writing heals
Helen Kenwright considers educational opportunities in creative writing for people with lived experience of mental illness.
Cutting Tongues
Meryl Pugh writes about the challenges (and rewards) of encouraging poetic experiment.
Dribbles and Drabbles
Alice Penfold makes the case for “less is more” when teaching creative writing in schools.
In search of the creative
Kevin Price offers a third instalment of the creative component of his PhD research
Mindfulness and creative writing in five lessons
Francis Gilbert highlights some useful synergies.
Music and the Holocaust
Martin Goodman describes the research process behind his novel, J?SS?Bach.
Reality check
Petra McNulty considers the transition from verifiable fact to authentic fiction.
Seeing flatly
Patrick Wright takes a new approach to ekphrasis.
What kind of expert am I?
Elen Caldecott reflects on her multiple roles as a writer in education.

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