Posts Tagged: creative process

Conversing with the contributors: Anna Leahy, Part 2

Niyousha writes: We’re interviewing some of the contributors of our most recent title, Studying Creative Writing – Successfully (ed. Stephanie Vanderslice) to celebrate the new publication. We kicked off the interview series with Garry Craig Powell. Our second interviewee is

Conversing with the contributors: Anna Leahy, Part 2

Niyousha writes: We’re interviewing some of the contributors of our most recent title, Studying Creative Writing – Successfully (ed. Stephanie Vanderslice) to celebrate the new publication. We kicked off the interview series with Garry Craig Powell. Our second interviewee is

The Creative Writing & Research Interviews: Kate Paine

Niyousha writes: The Creative Writing & Research Interviews are a series of interviews with writer-researchers around the world, in celebration of the publication of Researching Creative Writing by Jen Webb. Kate Paine is a Creative Writing PhD candidate at Deakin

The Creative Writing & Research Interviews: Kate Paine

Niyousha writes: The Creative Writing & Research Interviews are a series of interviews with writer-researchers around the world, in celebration of the publication of Researching Creative Writing by Jen Webb. Kate Paine is a Creative Writing PhD candidate at Deakin

The Creative Writing & Research Interviews: Ross Gibson

Niyousha writes: The Creative Writing & Research Interviews are a series of interviews with writer-researchers around the world, in celebration of the publication of Researching Creative Writing by Jen Webb. Dr. Ross Gibson is a writer, researcher and Centenary Professor

The Creative Writing & Research Interviews: Ross Gibson

Niyousha writes: The Creative Writing & Research Interviews are a series of interviews with writer-researchers around the world, in celebration of the publication of Researching Creative Writing by Jen Webb. Dr. Ross Gibson is a writer, researcher and Centenary Professor

The Creative Writing & Research Interviews: Jen Webb

Niyousha writes: To celebrate the publication of Researching Creative Writing by Jen Webb, we’ve decided to interview writer-researchers around the world and pick their brains on the topic of creative writing research. We’re kicking off the interview series today with the

The Creative Writing & Research Interviews: Jen Webb

Niyousha writes: To celebrate the publication of Researching Creative Writing by Jen Webb, we’ve decided to interview writer-researchers around the world and pick their brains on the topic of creative writing research. We’re kicking off the interview series today with the

53 ways to communicate your (creative writing) research

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

53 ways to communicate your (creative writing) research

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

Drawing inspiration: Ruins & Relics & Creative Writing

Niyousha writes: Remember when Gabriel Garcia Marquez said in an interview with The Paris Review that “in the genesis of all my books there’s always an image?” Well, that probably strikes home with a lot of writers. Images bring stories

Drawing inspiration: Ruins & Relics & Creative Writing

Niyousha writes: Remember when Gabriel Garcia Marquez said in an interview with The Paris Review that “in the genesis of all my books there’s always an image?” Well, that probably strikes home with a lot of writers. Images bring stories

Our Creative Writing Studies series: time for a high five

Niyousha writes: This month marks a landmark for our Creative Writing Studies series. Just four years ago around this time, we confirmed the publication of the very first title in the series, Rethinking Creative Writing by Stephanie Vanderslice. Since then,

Our Creative Writing Studies series: time for a high five

Niyousha writes: This month marks a landmark for our Creative Writing Studies series. Just four years ago around this time, we confirmed the publication of the very first title in the series, Rethinking Creative Writing by Stephanie Vanderslice. Since then,