Category Archives: publishing programme

New title in fiction series: Politically Cricket

The best part about studying creative writing is that sitting down to read a good novel after a long day counts as working to hone your craft. In our latest interview series, we’ve been asking the contributors of Studying Creative

New title in fiction series: Politically Cricket

The best part about studying creative writing is that sitting down to read a good novel after a long day counts as working to hone your craft. In our latest interview series, we’ve been asking the contributors of Studying Creative

Latest edition of Text (open access creative writing journal) published

Will Martin writes: The latest edition (Vol. 18, #1) of Text – the open access creative writing journal – has just been published. It includes an extraordinary amount of content on creative writing, covering such topics as: script-writing writing and

Latest edition of Text (open access creative writing journal) published

Will Martin writes: The latest edition (Vol. 18, #1) of Text – the open access creative writing journal – has just been published. It includes an extraordinary amount of content on creative writing, covering such topics as: script-writing writing and

Creative Writing Studies series: new publications

Anthony Haynes writes: Early September has been a busy time for us, with the publication of two new titles: Studying Creative Writing, edited by Sharon Norris; Caves of Making by Philip Gross. Details of these publications and the rest of

Creative Writing Studies series: new publications

Anthony Haynes writes: Early September has been a busy time for us, with the publication of two new titles: Studying Creative Writing, edited by Sharon Norris; Caves of Making by Philip Gross. Details of these publications and the rest of

Fiction series published on Kindle: the Outcasts

Anthony Haynes writes: Our main engagement with creative writing is to publish books about creative writing, rather than creative writing itself (to the extent that one can make such a distinction). We have, however, made one exception: we publish a

Fiction series published on Kindle: the Outcasts

Anthony Haynes writes: Our main engagement with creative writing is to publish books about creative writing, rather than creative writing itself (to the extent that one can make such a distinction). We have, however, made one exception: we publish a

Creative Writing Studies: reading on mobile devices

Many of our readers read in more than one location — for  example, at home, on campus, or whilst travelling or commuting. They wish to be able to read books in various formats on various platforms. In particular, they wish

Creative Writing Studies: reading on mobile devices

Many of our readers read in more than one location — for  example, at home, on campus, or whilst travelling or commuting. They wish to be able to read books in various formats on various platforms. In particular, they wish

Teaching creative writing: good news

Anthony Haynes writes: Recently (‘Teaching Creative Writing in paperback’, 3 June) we announced that the publication in UK/Europe of the paperback edition of Teaching Creative Writing had been delayed by problems at the printers, MPG Biddles. We’re pleased to say

Teaching creative writing: good news

Anthony Haynes writes: Recently (‘Teaching Creative Writing in paperback’, 3 June) we announced that the publication in UK/Europe of the paperback edition of Teaching Creative Writing had been delayed by problems at the printers, MPG Biddles. We’re pleased to say

Teaching Creative Writing in paperback

Last month we announced that we’d be publishing the paperback edition of Teaching Creative Writing: Practical Approaches, edited by Elaine Walker, on 1 June. Today’s update is a mixture of good news and bad. The good news is that in

Teaching Creative Writing in paperback

Last month we announced that we’d be publishing the paperback edition of Teaching Creative Writing: Practical Approaches, edited by Elaine Walker, on 1 June. Today’s update is a mixture of good news and bad. The good news is that in