Posts Tagged: non-fiction

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

Creative Writing: library recommendation

Anthony Haynes writes: We’re delighted to confirm the publication of Creative Writing: Writers on Writing, edited by Amal Chatterjee. For full details of the publication, please visit the book page here. We hope that you’ll wish to recommend Creative Writing to your library for

Creative Writing: library recommendation

Anthony Haynes writes: We’re delighted to confirm the publication of Creative Writing: Writers on Writing, edited by Amal Chatterjee. For full details of the publication, please visit the book page here. We hope that you’ll wish to recommend Creative Writing to your library for

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