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Conversing with the editor: Stephanie Vanderslice on studying creative writing

Niyousha writes: We’ve been interviewing some of the contributors of Studying Creative Writing – Successfully (ed. Stephanie Vanderslice), this summer’s exciting addition to the Creative Writing Studies series. So far we’ve chatted with Garry Craig Powell, who advised us to

Conversing with the editor: Stephanie Vanderslice on studying creative writing

Niyousha writes: We’ve been interviewing some of the contributors of Studying Creative Writing – Successfully (ed. Stephanie Vanderslice), this summer’s exciting addition to the Creative Writing Studies series. So far we’ve chatted with Garry Craig Powell, who advised us to

Introducing Alan Haselhurst’s cricket fiction

A few weeks ago we posted about Politically Cricket, the newest title in our fiction series, Outcasts CC, written by Alan Haselhurst. If we managed to pique your curiosity, here is a proper introduction to the series: Anthony Haynes writes: The

Introducing Alan Haselhurst’s cricket fiction

A few weeks ago we posted about Politically Cricket, the newest title in our fiction series, Outcasts CC, written by Alan Haselhurst. If we managed to pique your curiosity, here is a proper introduction to the series: Anthony Haynes writes: The

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

Conversing with the contributors: Anna Leahy, Part 1

Niyousha writes: To celebrate the recent publication of Studying Creative Writing – Successfully (ed. Stephanie Vanderslice) and to give you a glimpse of what’s inside the book, we’re interviewing some of the contributors about how to study creative writing. We

Conversing with the contributors: Anna Leahy, Part 1

Niyousha writes: To celebrate the recent publication of Studying Creative Writing – Successfully (ed. Stephanie Vanderslice) and to give you a glimpse of what’s inside the book, we’re interviewing some of the contributors about how to study creative writing. We

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).

Rethinking Creative Writing by Stephanie Vanderslice – now available on Kindle

Will Martin writes: This month we’re happy to announce the latest release in our Creative Writing Series: the Kindle edition of Rethinking Creative Writing by Stephanie Vanderslice. In this passionate, iconoclastic, survey of Creative Writing as an academic discipline, Stephanie

Rethinking Creative Writing by Stephanie Vanderslice – now available on Kindle

Will Martin writes: This month we’re happy to announce the latest release in our Creative Writing Series: the Kindle edition of Rethinking Creative Writing by Stephanie Vanderslice. In this passionate, iconoclastic, survey of Creative Writing as an academic discipline, Stephanie

A model website for writers? Kate Kerrow’s site

Anthony Haynes writes: Last week at the University of Westminster we had an excellent talk by playwright and  fiction author, Kate Kerrow. I hadn’ t met Kate before. What prompted me, then, to invite her as a speaker? primarily the

A model website for writers? Kate Kerrow’s site

Anthony Haynes writes: Last week at the University of Westminster we had an excellent talk by playwright and  fiction author, Kate Kerrow. I hadn’ t met Kate before. What prompted me, then, to invite her as a speaker? primarily the