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Writing in Education No. 33
Thu 1 Jul 2004
Edition number 33 of the NAWE magazine is now published, containing articles relating to our recent conference (at St Mary's University College) on Writers and Location. Mailing to all members on 6 July.
Main contents:

Location and Dislocation - a Writer's Use of Place: Martin Goodman presents extracts from his novels to explain why place - both familiar and exotic - is so important in his work.

The View from Here: Maggie Butt provides an account of the exercises used in her workshop at the Writers and Location conference at St Mary's.

Welcome to Maribor: Keith Bennett describes the genesis and development of a literary adventure into fictional place.

'Audere Est Facere': Sarah Wardle gives an insight into her work as writer-in-residence at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.

Reflections on Memory and Identity: Sarah Wardle elaborates on the theme and content of her workshop delivered at NAWE's Middlesex conference, November 2003.

Text and Context: Paul Munden writes about the job of being 'conference poet' at a British Council event in Switzerland.

Primary Children Writing in the Grip of Shakespeare: Fred Sedgwick offers some practical suggestions for writers in schools using Shakespeare's language and imagery as inspiration.

Worlds in War: War in Words: Carl Tighe's Inaugural Lecture as Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Derby.

A Risky Business This Writing? Bryan Podmore elicits four more responses to his enquiry, this time from Susan Wicks, Michelene Wandor, Gillian Allnutt and Graham Mort.

Crashing through the Fourth Wall: Bryan Podmore reflects on autobiography, looking at Anthony Sher's Beside Myself.

The Questionnaire: Philip Pullman answers questions on his reading and writing.

Contact Information:
National Association of Writers in Education