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Writing in Education - Vol. 15 - Writing & Healthcare

In this issue:

A Multi-dimensional Residency
Alison Leonard was writer-in-residence in a comprehensive school during the Bath Literature Festival. It turned out to be a challenging bag of allsorts and raised interesting questions about the role of the writer in a school.
Community, Literature Development and the University
This is a transcript of a paper delivered by Liam Browne at the Bangor Conference.
Creative Writing and Mental Health: a Positive Partnership
Tracy Austin claims that writing is a healthier process than psychiatry.
Death By Rules? Creative Writing in Germany
Barbara Glindemann offers a new perspective on craft and creativity.
Home is Where the Art Is
Stephen Wade on how Aileen La Tourette works with the Big Issue's project to bring creative writing out of the street.
I Place My Stones
Leah Thorn runs performance poetry workshops on issues relating to the holocaust.
Making the Most of E-mail
Trevor Millum puts the case for the virtual residency.
Poetry in the Hospital School
Susan Skinner's rewarding experience with children described as 'out of the running'.
Spying on Myself
Novelist Berlie Doherty is interviewed by Bryan Podmore.

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