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Writing in Education - Vol. 89 - Spring 2023

In this issue:

Adoption Names
Eve Makis considers Creative Writing Names
Branching Paths
Brad Gyori and James Pope reflects on using digital interactive storytelling to encourage marginalised young people to engage with creative writing
Creative Practice as Community Education
Erica Masserano and Sam Dodd discuss CityLife: Stories for Change, a project that joins creative writing and community engagement to create life writing about experiences of life in London
Creative Writing, Educational Practice and Academic Research: An Alchemical Experiment
by Daniel Ingram-Brown
Crowd-Source, Collaboration or Co-Creation
Leanne Moden shares her strategies for empowering groups to try creative writing
Fay Weldon Remembered
Celia Brayfield reflects on the passing of a great writer, generous teacher and cherished colleague
Practising & Preaching
Anna Morvern discusses the writing of lament
Reflections on the 2023 NAWe Conference
Marnie Forbes Eldridge reflects on our recent conference
To PhD or not to PhD
Ruth Moore and Sarah Stretton posed the question during their panel at the 2023 NAWE conference. In this article, Ruth shares there reflections and tips
Writing as an Act of Survival
By Melissa Bailey and Sarah Bower
X - Book Reviews

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