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Writing in Education No. 48
Mon 6 Jul 2009
The new edition of the NAWE journal has now gone to print. Edited by Helena Blakemore, it has a focus on 'word and image' and includes an interview with Art Spiegelman.

The full list of contents is as follows:

Ways of Seeing: Patricia Ann McNair and Philip Hartigan present their 'Journal and Sketchbook' writing class. 
Altered Gaze: Briony Goffin describes an exchange between the written and visual arts in a quest for a new clarity of image.  
Photoetry? Paul Munden reflects on poetry, photography, double-takes and doubt.

Teaching Sequential Art: Chris Dows considers process, practice and purpose.

Where Verbal Meets Visual: Art Spiegelman is interviewed by Brooke Hennan.

Serious Comics: Felix Bennett takes a verbal/visual plunge into a sea of cultural references.    

Freeze-Frame: poem by Paul Munden  

The Grand Odalisque in Words: Andrea Holland uses Ingres' painting to help explore issues of perspective and exaggerated detail.

An Experiment: Diane Samuels and Sherry Ashworth give accounts of their (separate) workshops with school pupils at the National Gallery, based on the same painting by Joseph Wright.

Storyspinner: Denise McCulloch and Lucy Banwell explain the workings of NAWE's online multi-media project.

Teaching Screenwriting: James Charlton shares his approach to developing visual storytelling with undergraduates.
Images, Dreams and Academic Writing: Phyllis Creme explores the relationship between writers and their work using guided visualization.

Jewish Voices: Rosalind Adam describes the evolution of a book capturing memories of Leicester in the 1940s and 50s.

In Sanctuary: poem by Helena Blakemore

All the above articles are now accessible in the online Archive (Members' Area).

The journal will be mailed to all members in the week beginning 20 July (together with our Autumn Conference Programme).

Click here to read the Editor's Introduction.

Contact Information:
National Association of Writers in Education