Niyousha writes: Our recent publication, Researching Creative Writing, sheds light on how to produce better creative work and research. For writer-researchers, the creative process doesn’t end with production but carries on into how they communicate their work to others.
Whether it’s through old or new media, public talks or journal papers, getting creative with how we communicate research is essential to ensuring that our work doesn’t just gather dust in the attic.
53 interesting ways to communicate your research (ed. Irenee Daly & Aoife Brophy Haney), a title in our Professional and Higher Education series, is the logical next read for writer-researchers. The book provides creative ways of maximizing the value of your research through communication opportunities. The practical ideas in the book are tried and tested by the contributors.
No doubt, creative writing and research can both produce knowledge; but to do so, they have to be heard first.
If you wish to browse all titles in the Professional and Higher Education series, including 53 interesting ways to communicate your research, you can do so here.