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Writing in Education - Vol. 30 - NAWE Trainees


In this issue:

A Different Kind of Writer
Adele Geras considers the differences between being a children's writer and being published on an adult list.
All in the Imagination
This article by Andrew Motion, focusing on the Writing Together project, first appeared in The Guardian, 7/10/2003.
Crossing Borders 2
Graham Mort writes about emergent African writing, cross cultural exchange and identity.
Fanning the Writer's Flame
Patsy Hickman writes about studying creative writing at Birkbeck College, London University.
I'll Call Him Miro
Heather Butler explores creative ways to help traumatized children in Croatia to verbalise their own experiences.
Like Gloves for Tongues
John Clarke describes a project to produce 'enhanced labels' for visitors to the City Art Gallery, Leeds, with visual impairments.
The Big Spiral Continuous Loop Theory for Working in Schools
Matt Black reflects on what he personally gained from NAWE's programme for more experienced writers working in schools.
The Garden of Peace
Esther Lucas explains how the Association for the Commemoration of Bat Chen is using diary writing as a means of promoting coexistence between Arab and Jewish students.

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