Posts Tagged: Creative Writing Studies

Researching Creative Writing “an essential addition to any writer-researcher’s library”

Niyousha writes: The National Association of Writers in Education has just published a new issue of its magazine, Writing in Education, featuring a splendid review of Jen Webb’s Researching Creative Writing. “[Researching Creative Writing] is a lighthouse in the pea soup

Researching Creative Writing “an essential addition to any writer-researcher’s library”

Niyousha writes: The National Association of Writers in Education has just published a new issue of its magazine, Writing in Education, featuring a splendid review of Jen Webb’s Researching Creative Writing. “[Researching Creative Writing] is a lighthouse in the pea soup

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

Review: “An essential book, full of valuable and useful information”

Niyousha writes: It’s a nice summer treat to see Jen Webb’s Researching Creative Writing reviewed in Compulsive Reader! Sue Bond, PhD candidate at Central Queensland University, finds the book to be an essential for writer-researchers. Bond’s review comments on each

Review: “An essential book, full of valuable and useful information”

Niyousha writes: It’s a nice summer treat to see Jen Webb’s Researching Creative Writing reviewed in Compulsive Reader! Sue Bond, PhD candidate at Central Queensland University, finds the book to be an essential for writer-researchers. Bond’s review comments on each

Conversing with the contributors: Studying Creative Writing – Successfully

Niyousha writes: We’re thrilled to announce the publication of  Studying Creative Writing – Successfully this month. Edited by Stephanie Vanderslice, this book offers a practical guide through the creative writing landscape for both undergraduate and graduate studies. To give you a glimpse

Conversing with the contributors: Studying Creative Writing – Successfully

Niyousha writes: We’re thrilled to announce the publication of  Studying Creative Writing – Successfully this month. Edited by Stephanie Vanderslice, this book offers a practical guide through the creative writing landscape for both undergraduate and graduate studies. To give you a glimpse

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:

New Publication: Researching Creative Writing

Niyousha Bastani writes: This month saw the publication of Researching Creative Writing by Jen Webb. The latest title in our Creative Writing Studies series, this practical book artfully reconciles the two seemingly distant worlds of academic research and creative writing. We’re

New Publication: Researching Creative Writing

Niyousha Bastani writes: This month saw the publication of Researching Creative Writing by Jen Webb. The latest title in our Creative Writing Studies series, this practical book artfully reconciles the two seemingly distant worlds of academic research and creative writing. We’re