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Writing in Education - Vol. 24 - 'Write after school'


In this issue:

A Creative Writing Summer School in the High Tatras
James Sutherland-Smith reports on this British Council project in Slovakia with writers Matthew Sweeney and Leone Ross.
Creative Writing Workshops in Sierra Leone
Pauline Plummer introduces writing by students in her class at Fourah Bay College.
Interview with Mannafest
Lauri Ramey interviews Vanessa Richards and Khefri Riley of Mannafest, the performance poetry group.
Mything You Already: tradition as a way of being innovative and funny
Adrian May considers how both comedy and storytelling draw on our shared culture while expanding its possibilities.
Play, Pleasure and Passion: approaching non-fiction through poetry
Katrina Porteous, focusing on her work at primary level, describes how the emotional response informs all factual writing about 'human and natural history'.
Rhythms Workshop
Freddy Macha provides an account of his all-action session at NAWE's Middlesex conference, 2001.
The Iowa Writers' Workshop
Robert Graham visits the oldest and most prestigious graduate writing programme in the USA.
Write after school
An account of NAWE's Study Support project at Lowfield School, York.

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