Posts Tagged: teaching

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

The first review is here: Researching Creative Writing

Niyousha writes: We are delighted to see Dr Vanessa Harbour’s review of our recent publication, Researching Creative Writing by Jen Webb, on her “all about writing” blog, Chaosmos. The Review: Dr Harbour finds the book to be a “fascinating read,” suitable for

The first review is here: Researching Creative Writing

Niyousha writes: We are delighted to see Dr Vanessa Harbour’s review of our recent publication, Researching Creative Writing by Jen Webb, on her “all about writing” blog, Chaosmos. The Review: Dr Harbour finds the book to be a “fascinating read,” suitable for

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,

Paperback of Teaching Creative Writing: library recommendation

This month we’re publishing the paperback edition of Teaching Creative Writing: Practical Approaches, edited by Elaine Walker. The book remains available in hardback and as an e-book in ePub and PDF editions). To recommend the book to your library for

Paperback of Teaching Creative Writing: library recommendation

This month we’re publishing the paperback edition of Teaching Creative Writing: Practical Approaches, edited by Elaine Walker. The book remains available in hardback and as an e-book in ePub and PDF editions). To recommend the book to your library for

Teaching creative writing: good news

Anthony Haynes writes: Recently (‘Teaching Creative Writing in paperback’, 3 June) we announced that the publication in UK/Europe of the paperback edition of Teaching Creative Writing had been delayed by problems at the printers, MPG Biddles. We’re pleased to say

Teaching creative writing: good news

Anthony Haynes writes: Recently (‘Teaching Creative Writing in paperback’, 3 June) we announced that the publication in UK/Europe of the paperback edition of Teaching Creative Writing had been delayed by problems at the printers, MPG Biddles. We’re pleased to say

Teaching Creative Writing in paperback

Last month we announced that we’d be publishing the paperback edition of Teaching Creative Writing: Practical Approaches, edited by Elaine Walker, on 1 June. Today’s update is a mixture of good news and bad. The good news is that in

Teaching Creative Writing in paperback

Last month we announced that we’d be publishing the paperback edition of Teaching Creative Writing: Practical Approaches, edited by Elaine Walker, on 1 June. Today’s update is a mixture of good news and bad. The good news is that in

The writing business

Anthony Haynes writes: In a previous post (‘Writing the city’, 12 July 2012), we carried an advertisement from the University of Westminster for opportunities for visiting lecturers. One opportunity was to teach a module called ‘The writing business’ on the

The writing business

Anthony Haynes writes: In a previous post (‘Writing the city’, 12 July 2012), we carried an advertisement from the University of Westminster for opportunities for visiting lecturers. One opportunity was to teach a module called ‘The writing business’ on the