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In addition to NAWE publications, books from the Professional & Higher Partnership, and a selection from Teachers & Writers (New York), we are offering to sell our Professional Members' publications. To find out how to have your book listed, please click here.

Class Writing Cover
This books reports on the NAWE project which set out to research the effectiveness of writers-in-residence working in schools. The project involved the placement of writers in nine schools across England (four primary and five secondary) over nine academic terms between September 2006 and July 2009. Read more...

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This book brings together the reflections of those writers who took part in NAWE's pioneering project of 1995, with comments from teachers involved. It also contains articles by specialists in the field, accounts of arts and disability issues, reviews, book lists and other resources. Read more...

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Presented as a series of Questions and Answers, this 30 page guide covers what mentoring is and isn't, the practicalities of finding a mentor and how to get the most out of the mentoring process. There is also a sample mentoring agreement.  Read more...

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Reflections on performance poetry by various artists, with a foreword by Ian McMillan Read more...

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Rethinking Creative Writing
In Rethinking Creative Writing NAWE member Stephanie Vanderslice challenges the myths surrounding creative writing and, through case studies of best practice, provides a vision of how creative writing programs can engage with contemporary culture. Available to NAWE members at 36% discount with free delivery in the UK. Read more...

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The Art of Science Writing features innovative advice about science writing, as well as inspiring examples from Charles Darwin, Sigmund Freud, Albert Einstein, Jane Goodall, Stephen Jay Gould, and others. Read more...

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The list poem is one of the simplest ways for beginners to approach the writing of free verse poetry. Larry Fagin's seminal guide defines list poetry, traces its lineage from ancient times, offers writing ideas and teaching advice for list poems, and presents more than 200 examples by adults and children. Read more...

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he Nearness of You is a guide to adapting the Internet to the writing classroom. Twenty-four educators discuss dynamic and inventive applications of interactive technologies and online publishing. Read more...

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Writing in Education No. 50
The NAWE magazine features project reports and reflective articles by writers and teachers involved with creative writing teaching in a broad range of contexts. Read more...

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Researching creative writing by Jen Webb enables writer-researchers to craft a toolkit that will help them produce better creative work and more rigorous research work. Available to NAWE members at 73% discount with free delivery in the UK.


Teaching Creative Writing is designed to showcase practical approaches developed by practitioners in the ever-growing community of writers in higher education. Available to NAWE members at 76% discount with free delivery in the UK.



Creative Writing: Writers on Writing
anthologises original prose and poetry, accompanied by reflective essays in which the eight authors explore the creative process behind the work. For students on creative writing courses, these provide diverse models of how to discuss one’s own writing. Available at a 70% discount to NAWE members.



In Rethinking Creative Writing NAWE member Stephanie Vanderslice challenges the myths surrounding creative writing and, through case studies of best practice, provides a vision of how creative writing programs can engage with contemporary culture. Available to NAWE members at 36% discount with free delivery in the UK.

Studying Creative Writing ed. Sharon Norris is designed to help students succeed at their creative writing degree. It supports good teaching by helping students overcome barriers to effective learning. Available to NAWE members at 76% discount with free delivery in the UK.