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NAWE office closed during AWP conference
Mon 22 Mar 2004
NAWE is taking part in three sessions at the AWP conference in Chicago and the NAWE office will therefore be closed from the 22nd to the 31st March 2004.
NAWE is represented on three very different panel sessions:

Towards Real Hypertext: A Shandean Adventure -
Paul Munden, Kit Monkman, Patrick Wildgust and Gary McKeone (ACE) talked about the recent developments at Shandy Hall to develop resources that will engage both students and the general public in exploring non-linear narrative. Full details of this emerging project will be published in a future edition.

Teaching Writing in the International Community -
Frank Geary (Poetry Society) and Paul Munden joined Nancy Shapiro (Teachers & Writers Collaborative, New York), Franz Andres Morrissey (University of Berne) and Greg Fraser (Georgia) in comparing approaches.

Public Lore and the Future of Creative Writing -
Graeme Harper, Stephanie Vanderslice, Anna Leahy and Reginald Shepherd examined ways in which myth and lore, as an "accumulated body of traditions, practices and beliefs" permeates the history and practice of creative writing and its teaching.

AWP Conference 2005

AWP is now accepting Event Proposals for the 2005 Annual Conference to be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 30-April 2, 2005. To complete an online Event Proposal form, visit the web site, and click 'Propose an Event for AWP's 2005 Conference in Vancouver.'

The deadline to submit Event Proposals is May 1, 2004.

Contact Information:
Associated Writing Programs (USA)