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Writing in Education - Vol. 85 - Winter 2021

In this issue:

Boundary Conditions
A mini-anthology of prose poetry with accompanying artist statements from Cassandra Atherton, Anne Caldwell, Oz Hardwick, Paul Hetherington, Paul Munden, Shane Strange and Jen Webb
Connections while Solituding
Kay Syrad and Clare Whistler (kin’d & kin’d) share their experiences of an eco-poetry correspondence course
Creative Contribution - Three Notes by Rupert Loydell
Creative Contribution - Weathering by Sarah Bower
Fisherrow - and the Joy of Chapbook ‘Code Shifting’
Article by Andrew Melrose
MaxLiteracy Legacy
Caleb Parkin, Sonya Hundal, Jane Sillis, and Ronda Gowland-Pryde reflect on creating a newtowrk for creative writers and writing in the visual arts
Producing a Frankentext
Sam Holdstock discusses how a work of interactive fiction that was written for use in the secondary school english classroom was produced
Prose Poetry and Historical Ambiguity
Article by Edwin Stockdale
Studying Abroad?
Nicole D’Adamo Moody considers what we can learn from the study abroad sector
Writing Back to Dante
Article by Amina Alyal and Oz Hardwick

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