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Writing in Education - Vol. 31 - Writing & Location


In this issue:

Called in to construct a religion
Fred Sedgwick finds inspiration for children's writing in the work of Philip Larkin.
Creative Writing across Languages
Margaret Anne Clarke introduces a competition in which students write in a language other than their native tongue.
Creative Writing in Schools
Rupert Loydell in conversation with Mike Ferguson.
Did you know Arumugum Arulanadam?
Ade Solanke explores the ways in which Writing Fellowships have made a difference.
Getting Started
Jenny Webb offers an unusual approach to funding the writer's visit.
Letters Written from the Future
Hazel Moffat invites readers to 'reply' to letters written by her great-great uncle in the mid nineteenth century.
Risk-Taking for Writers
Bryan Podmore elicits responses to this notion from Philip Gross, Dannie Abse, Hilary Llewellyn-Williams and David Craig.
So I don't need my hammer?
Mike Ferguson provides a semi-fictional account of a writer's workshop for pupils from different year groups.
The Appeal of Poetry
Fiona Coe reflects on her work promoting poetry as part of an internship with the Lancaster LitFest.
The Strawberry Trail
David Orme describes how a variety of writers were involved in a 'tourism' project initiated by Eastleigh Borough Council.
Writing Home: Reflections on Place
Marianne Wheelaghan writes about her move from Scotland to Tarawa and the themes of the novel which emerged as a result.

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