Posts Tagged: projects

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,

Developing the Creative Writing Studies publishing programme

Anthony Haynes writes: Imagine you’re at a large airport, watching planes land. As one plane touches down on the runway, you look up and see another one lined up, making its approach. And behind that one, a little farther off

Developing the Creative Writing Studies publishing programme

Anthony Haynes writes: Imagine you’re at a large airport, watching planes land. As one plane touches down on the runway, you look up and see another one lined up, making its approach. And behind that one, a little farther off

flash365: Calum Kerr’s flash fiction project

Anthony Haynes writes: Last weekend (18-19 June 2011) I attended the Great Writing conference at Imperial College, London. I came across some great writing and research projects, some of which we plan to feature here. First up is Calum Kerr.

flash365: Calum Kerr’s flash fiction project

Anthony Haynes writes: Last weekend (18-19 June 2011) I attended the Great Writing conference at Imperial College, London. I came across some great writing and research projects, some of which we plan to feature here. First up is Calum Kerr.