Teaching Creative Writing: Practical Approaches, edited by Elaine Walker, is the second title in our Creative Writing Studies series.
The publication date for the library editions – as an e-book (in ePub and PDF editions) and in print in hardback format – is 30 June 2012.
Teaching Creative Writing is designed to showcase practical approaches developed by practitioners in the ever-growing community of writers in higher education.
Aimed at enabling those who teach the subject to review, borrow, and adapt ideas, the emphasis throughout is on diversity.
Contributions from an international team of writers cover a variety of forms and genres and include traditional and innovative components of creative writing courses.
50 practical ideas
The volume editor
Dr Elaine Walker is the author of a novel, The Horses (Cinnamon Press), a novella, Steve’s Band (Duality), and two non-fiction books, Horse (Reaktion Books) and To Amaze the People with Pleasure and Delight (Long Riders’ Guild Press). Her poetry has been featured in Roundyhouse and Caught in the Net.
Elaine has edited texts by William Cavendish (Long Riders’ Guild Press) and Margaret Cavendish (Serendipity) and contributed to books for Brill, Greenwood, and Honno.
Elaine teaches Creative Writing and English Literature for the University of Wales, Bangor, and the Open University, and is a Literature Wales writing mentor. She is a full member of Yr Academi Gymreig, the Society of Authors and NAWE.
Elaine’s website is at http://elaine-walker.com/
Contributors to Teaching Creative Writinginclude: M. Y. Alam; Amina Alyal; Joanna Barnden; Craig Batty; Martyn Bedford; DeMisty D. Bellinger; Donna Lee Brien; Sandra Burr; Lesley Burt; Diana Chin-A-Fat; William Cordeiro; Michael G. Cornelius; Michelle Crawford; Patricia Debney; Rosemary Dun; Adam Floridia; Beverly Frydman; Philip Gross; Vanessa Harbour; Paul Hardwick; Gill James; Jeff Jones; Spencer Jordan; Colleen Kearney Rich; Sam Kelly; Eric LeMay; Amy Letter; Barrie Llewelyn; Sara Lodge; Paul Lucas; Steve May; Allene Nichols; Sharon Norris; Katy Price; Elizabeth Reeder; Lisa Samson; Richard B. Sonnenmoser; Andy Thatcher; Meg Vandermerwe; Elaine Walker; Ian Williams; Nicholas Wong; Stefanie Wortman; and Jennifer Young.
Genre: Professional ‘how-to’.
Extent: 244 pages.
978-1-907076-15-2 (ePub edition)
978-1-907076-48-0 (PDF edition)
Imprint: Creative Writing Studies
Publisher: The Professional and Higher Partnership Ltd
Information in downloadable format
Full bibliographic and distribution information is available in here: Teaching creative writing (CWS download).
For a more concise guide, please click here: 30 June 12 TCW.