Posts Tagged: resources

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

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

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

Researching creative writing: information for librarians

Niyousha writes: We are pleased to provide the following information for librarians regarding how to source our new publication, Researching Creative Writing.  E-books: Our e-book suppliers and aggregators include Dawsonera, Ebooks Library, EBSCO, Ebrary, Gardners Digital Warehouse, MyiLibrary; and Wheelers. Print

Researching creative writing: information for librarians

Niyousha writes: We are pleased to provide the following information for librarians regarding how to source our new publication, Researching Creative Writing.  E-books: Our e-book suppliers and aggregators include Dawsonera, Ebooks Library, EBSCO, Ebrary, Gardners Digital Warehouse, MyiLibrary; and Wheelers. Print

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

Introduction to self-publishing

Anthony Haynes writes: At last weekend’s conference of the National Association of Writers in Education, I presented an introductory session on self-publishing. It consider such questions as: why self-publish? why not self-publish? what should self-publishers do? what should they not

Introduction to self-publishing

Anthony Haynes writes: At last weekend’s conference of the National Association of Writers in Education, I presented an introductory session on self-publishing. It consider such questions as: why self-publish? why not self-publish? what should self-publishers do? what should they not

New Oxford blog on creative writing

Anthony Haynes writes: I’ve long been impressed by the creative writing Masters course provided by Oxford University’s Department of Creative Writing. The Centre for Creative Writing at the university’s Kellogg College provides an excellent programme of events. I’m glad to say we

New Oxford blog on creative writing

Anthony Haynes writes: I’ve long been impressed by the creative writing Masters course provided by Oxford University’s Department of Creative Writing. The Centre for Creative Writing at the university’s Kellogg College provides an excellent programme of events. I’m glad to say we