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Writing in Education - Vol. 78 - Summer 2019

In this issue:

“You mean it’s OK?”
Mandy Haggith describes an online environment for supporting creative writing peer review.
Ghosts in an Italian city
Julian Stannard offers a poetry of place and wider observations regarding his book, Sottoripa.
Ideas from the attic
Wyl Menmuir finds inspiration in a remarkable collection of artefacts
Impossible fictions
Alan Bilton presents writing exercises based on his study of Magic Realism and the uncanny.
Into the rock pool
Hilary Jenkins discusses the use of water metaphors in her fiction.
Land as teacher
Katherine McMahon considers how connection with land, nature and place can support creative writing pedagogy.
Putting multimodal writing on the page
Sarah Gibson Yates shares some of the challenges she has experienced writing for young adults.
School for Writers
Fay Lant introduces a National Literacy Trust project.
The Education Emails
JS Sumerfield presents some fictional correspondence between a teacher and the Department for Education.

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