Posts Tagged: websites

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

Blog on creative writing tutors

Anthony Haynes writes: A number of our stakeholders – authors, contributors, reviewers, etc. – work as tutors for the Open University (OU). The OU runs a news blog dealing with their work. As the ‘About‘ page explains: “There are more

Blog on creative writing tutors

Anthony Haynes writes: A number of our stakeholders – authors, contributors, reviewers, etc. – work as tutors for the Open University (OU). The OU runs a news blog dealing with their work. As the ‘About‘ page explains: “There are more

Not Writing but Blogging

Anthony Haynes writes: From time to time on this website we showcase blogs about writing. Here we introduce ‘Not writing but blogging‘ by novelist and dramatist (and much else), Stella Duffy. The blog is wide-ranging: as well as ‘writing’ and

Not Writing but Blogging

Anthony Haynes writes: From time to time on this website we showcase blogs about writing. Here we introduce ‘Not writing but blogging‘ by novelist and dramatist (and much else), Stella Duffy. The blog is wide-ranging: as well as ‘writing’ and

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

10 resources, mostly online, for academic writers (Well, 17 resources actually)

Anthony Haynes writes: A couple of days ago, we posted an item about one particular resource about academic writing, namely Write Your Research. In addition, I’ve written a brief guide, with links, to a number of other resources. The guide,

10 resources, mostly online, for academic writers (Well, 17 resources actually)

Anthony Haynes writes: A couple of days ago, we posted an item about one particular resource about academic writing, namely Write Your Research. In addition, I’ve written a brief guide, with links, to a number of other resources. The guide,

Write Your Research: resources on academic writing

Anthony Haynes writes: Many readers of the Creative Writing Studies imprint – and of this website – will be involved in higher education – as students, teachers, or scholars. Many are therefore likely to be involved in two types of writing

Write Your Research: resources on academic writing

Anthony Haynes writes: Many readers of the Creative Writing Studies imprint – and of this website – will be involved in higher education – as students, teachers, or scholars. Many are therefore likely to be involved in two types of writing

Introducing The View Outside – creative writing blog

Anthony Haynes writes: When I discovered Vikki Thompson’s website, The View Outside, I was attracted by its multifaceted nature, which makes provides a lively reading experience. Here Vikki kindly responds to our invitation to introduce The View Outside to new

Introducing The View Outside – creative writing blog

Anthony Haynes writes: When I discovered Vikki Thompson’s website, The View Outside, I was attracted by its multifaceted nature, which makes provides a lively reading experience. Here Vikki kindly responds to our invitation to introduce The View Outside to new