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Writing in Education No. 34
Fri 3 Dec 2004
The Autumn edition of the NAWE magazine is published today, containing articles by Christian McEwen, Barry Stone, Peter Abbs, Kathy Flann, Joanna Ingham, Sharon Philippo, Fred Sedgwick, Janet Cameron, Charlie Bell and Phil Emery.
The magazine is being mailed to all members over the weekend of 4-5 December. The full list of featured articles is as below:

'Clutching the cameo shell': Sharon Phillippo reflects on the training projects for writers in Wales, run jointly by literaturetraining and the Academi.

Project Hero: Joanna Ingham reports on how libraries, museums and young offenders' institutes have worked creatively with young offenders with basic skills needs.

Christina Rossetti and the Young Writer: Fred Sedgwick provides a third instalment of his work using traditional writers in the classroom.

Class Clowns: Barry Stone gives a blow by blow account of his work with challenging pupils in the North East.

The Green Island, the Translucent Sky: Christian McEwen offers 'some notes on time and space and poetry', urging us all to slow down.

From New York to York: Selected books from the Teachers & Writers Collaborative available through NAWE.

The Responsibilities of the Poet: Peter Abbs' lecture from the John Hewett Summer School in Armagh in July 2004.

In defence of workshops: Charlie Bell offers a response to Rob Mimpriss ('Rewriting the Individual' in Writing in Education No. 26).

The Butcher, the Baker, the Candlestick Maker: Kathy Flann recounts her attempt to make use of community speakers in the creative writing classroom.

Why, in spite of everything, I'm still a committed teacher: Janet Cameron explains how she faced up to a discrimination charge by one of her students

Negotiating Difference: Phil Emery on issues of accreditation in adult continuing education.

Contact Information:
National Association of Writers in Education