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Writing in Education: Autumn 2002
Fri 22 Nov 2002
Issue No. 27 of Writing in Education has now gone to print and will be mailed to all NAWE members at the beginning of December. There is a focus on poetry, with articles by Victoria Field, David Hart, Maggie Butt and Keith Bennett.
On poetry:
Victoria Field chronicles her work for the Kernow Education Arts Partnership in Cornwall. David Hart describes his work on a Creative Writing Summer School for Gifted and Talented Youth. Maggie Butt urges other members to join her in a plea for a more creative approach to poetry in schools. Keith Bennett invites us to take part in his research.

On Cardiff:
Susan Richardson writes about the Great Cardiff Poem. Jayne Winteringham describes the Cardiff MA route to becoming a writer.

On internationalism:
Usha Kishore explains the value of using multicultural texts in schools. Lindsey Collen describes the peculiar 'oppression' whereby Mauritians are deprived of their own language. Kathy Flann charts her relocation from Illinois to Lancashire.

On workshopping:
David Lambert provides a detailed account of his particular workshopping methods. David Greenslade offers a personal approach to the dichotomy of 'expression' and 'craft'. And there are replies to the article by Rob Mimpriss in Issue 26.

Plus news, reviews, and Carol Rumens questioned on her reading and writing.

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National Association of Writers in Education