Category Archives: Showcase

How do you know when it’s finished? Susan Greenberg on revising text

Monographer writes: I like publishing guest posts. And I like encountering people who can write well about editing. I especially like it when the two coincide, as with the following piece by Susan Greenberg. Susan Greenberg writes: Since turning to

How do you know when it’s finished? Susan Greenberg on revising text

Monographer writes: I like publishing guest posts. And I like encountering people who can write well about editing. I especially like it when the two coincide, as with the following piece by Susan Greenberg. Susan Greenberg writes: Since turning to

Catching up with the edboard: Graham Mort

Titles in the Creative Writing Studies series benefit from the advice of our editorial board. Catching up with the edboard is a brief series of posts where members of the editorial board tell us about their recent work. Niyousha writes:

Catching up with the edboard: Graham Mort

Titles in the Creative Writing Studies series benefit from the advice of our editorial board. Catching up with the edboard is a brief series of posts where members of the editorial board tell us about their recent work. Niyousha writes:

Introducing the 53s

Niyousha writes: A few days ago, I posted about 53 interesting ways to communicate your research, hoping it would be of interest to writer-researchers who want to get creative with sharing their work. 53 interesting ways to communicate your research is

Introducing the 53s

Niyousha writes: A few days ago, I posted about 53 interesting ways to communicate your research, hoping it would be of interest to writer-researchers who want to get creative with sharing their work. 53 interesting ways to communicate your research is

The first review is here: Researching Creative Writing

Niyousha writes: We are delighted to see Dr Vanessa Harbour’s review of our recent publication, Researching Creative Writing by Jen Webb, on her “all about writing” blog, Chaosmos. The Review: Dr Harbour finds the book to be a “fascinating read,” suitable for

The first review is here: Researching Creative Writing

Niyousha writes: We are delighted to see Dr Vanessa Harbour’s review of our recent publication, Researching Creative Writing by Jen Webb, on her “all about writing” blog, Chaosmos. The Review: Dr Harbour finds the book to be a “fascinating read,” suitable for

Helen Gildfind reviews Studying Creative Writing (ed. Sharon Norris): ‘a rich and varied introduction’

Will Martin writes: The latest edition (Vol. 18, #1) of Text, the open access journal on creative writing, includes a review by Helen Gildfind (short story, essay and poetry writer, Melbourne) of our publication, Studying Creative Writing (ed. Sharon Norris).

Helen Gildfind reviews Studying Creative Writing (ed. Sharon Norris): ‘a rich and varied introduction’

Will Martin writes: The latest edition (Vol. 18, #1) of Text, the open access journal on creative writing, includes a review by Helen Gildfind (short story, essay and poetry writer, Melbourne) of our publication, Studying Creative Writing (ed. Sharon Norris).

Elaine Walker: ‘The Working Horse’ for The Royal Mail

Will Martin writes: Recently we caught up with Elaine Walker, the volume editor of our Teaching Creative Writing. She told us about William Cavendish, first Duke of Newcastle (1593-1676), and her work at his favourite residence, Bolsover Castle. Elaine says:

Elaine Walker: ‘The Working Horse’ for The Royal Mail

Will Martin writes: Recently we caught up with Elaine Walker, the volume editor of our Teaching Creative Writing. She told us about William Cavendish, first Duke of Newcastle (1593-1676), and her work at his favourite residence, Bolsover Castle. Elaine says:

New project for Amy Letter, contributor to Teaching Creative Writing

Will Martin writes: Amy Letter is a writer of essays, stories and poetry and is a contributor to our Teaching Creative Writing. She is also an artist – specialising in storytelling in both visual and tactile form. Her writing has

New project for Amy Letter, contributor to Teaching Creative Writing

Will Martin writes: Amy Letter is a writer of essays, stories and poetry and is a contributor to our Teaching Creative Writing. She is also an artist – specialising in storytelling in both visual and tactile form. Her writing has