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Writing in Practice: Forthcoming Issue

Volume 8 - submissions are now closed with publication due in late 2022

This volume will contain articles on the writing process, practice led research in creative writing and interdisciplinary research.  It includes a guest article from Costa Award winning poet Mary Jean Chan.

Volume 9 - submissions are invited by the extended deadline of Midnight (GMT) 5th September 2022 for publication in Spring 2023

We are looking for academically rigorous research into creative writing, appropriately referenced and engagingly written. We are happy to receive articles that reflect on practice and process, explore writing research in interdisciplinary contexts, engage in critical analysis of writing pedagogy, explore cultural and global challenges such as diversity and inclusion and ecological sustainability through creative writing.

Creative Writing itself is welcomed when integral to an article. Submissions should be 4-10,000 words long and include an abstract of up to 200 words. All submissions will be anonymously peer reviewed.

If you wish to submit your work, please go to the Submissions page, and first download the document with full guidelines.

If you are interested in acting as peer reviewer for the journal, please send details of your expertise to the editorial board, c/o: admin@nawe.co.uk.

Writing in Practice is an open access, online journal that complements Writing in Education, the NAWE magazine distributed to its members. As the UK Subject Association for Creative Writing, NAWE aims to further knowledge, understanding and support research, teaching and learning in the subject at all levels.

 


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