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Writing in Education - Vol. 22 - Re-writing

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In this issue:

Critical-Creative Re-Writing: A Briefing
Rob Pope's manifesto of 1999, which set the theme for NAWE's conference at Oxford Brookes University, Autumn 2000.
DUET Workshop at UEA
Richard Kerridge reports on the three-day workshop at the University of East Anglia for teachers of creative writing.
Learning to dance before you can run
Franz Andres Morrissey explains how playful experiment in creative writing can assist the teaching of English to non-native speakers.
Maximizing Creativity
Maggie Butt presents a summary of a recent research project at Middlesex University.
New Tissues of Past Citations
Rob Middlehurst develops his points presented at the NAWE Oxford Brookes conference.
Roget's Thesaurus Puts It Neatly
Using Rob Pope's creative strategies, Liz Fincham argues for more risk-taking in the classroom.
Strange Comfort Afforded by the Profession
Bryn Daniel retraces the footsteps of Malcolm Lowry in Vancouver.
The Poetry Pause: A Hospital Radio Project
Joan Michelson describes how she helped to create a significant new audience for poetry.
To Boldly Go...
Andrew Oldham reflects on the exhilarating experience of being teleported into a school - Knowsley.
Translation within the language
David Hart delves into the many different languages of the poetic imagination.
Terry Gifford responds to previous articles (by Vicki Feaver and Philip Gross) on combining their writing and teaching lives.
Writing for Oneself
David Ball considers the various tensions between private and public literature.
Writing Together
Andrew Motion's keynote address to the Writing Together conference in Bristol.