Posts Tagged: narrative

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

Publication date for Creative Writing

The publication date for the first edition of Creative writing: writers on writing, edited by Amal Chatterjee, will be 1 February 2013. The book will be published in three formats: hardback; ePub; and PDF. Creative Writing: Writers on Writing anthologises

Publication date for Creative Writing

The publication date for the first edition of Creative writing: writers on writing, edited by Amal Chatterjee, will be 1 February 2013. The book will be published in three formats: hardback; ePub; and PDF. Creative Writing: Writers on Writing anthologises

Life Writing: borderlands between fact and fiction

Research seminars organised in collaboration with the Institute of English Studies at the University of London. October – November 2012. Life writing has gained considerable prominence over the past twenty years, coming to rival other genres in terms of reader

Life Writing: borderlands between fact and fiction

Research seminars organised in collaboration with the Institute of English Studies at the University of London. October – November 2012. Life writing has gained considerable prominence over the past twenty years, coming to rival other genres in terms of reader

Resource on plots in fiction

Sally O’Reilly has begun a series of eight blog posts on the business of plotting. The first post (‘To plot – or not?’) was published today on Sally’s blog, How to be a writer. The subsequent seven will develop Christopher

Resource on plots in fiction

Sally O’Reilly has begun a series of eight blog posts on the business of plotting. The first post (‘To plot – or not?’) was published today on Sally’s blog, How to be a writer. The subsequent seven will develop Christopher