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Writing in Education - Vol. 36 - Voice

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In this issue:

A jump-start to my stalled imagination
Rose Atfield describes her own strategies - and the responses of her students at Brunel University - around the issue of finding voice.
Creative Writing MAs: What if you're not the next Zadie Smith?
Neil Davidson considers some of the less obvious uses of a postgraduate qualification in creative writing.
Squaring up to the circle
John Alcock assesses the role of the self-run writers' group, with particular reference to the Midlands-based Cannon Poets.
Telling Tales: the power of traditional stories
Philip Monks investigates the difference between 'retelling' and 'adapting' traditional tales.
The Voices in Our Head
Randall Albers describes how his Story Workshop class at Columbia College, Chicago, helps students to deal with the complexities of voice.
Write what you find
Georgina Lock reports on her Improvisation into Text workshop at the York conference.