Posts Tagged: writing project

The Creative Writing & Research Interviews: Jen Webb (part 3)

The Creative Writing & Research Interviews are a series of interviews with writer-researchers about the field and their own work. Niyousha writes: Dr. Jen webb is Distinguished Professor, Creative Practice, at the University of Canberra. Her research focuses on the

The Creative Writing & Research Interviews: Jen Webb (part 3)

The Creative Writing & Research Interviews are a series of interviews with writer-researchers about the field and their own work. Niyousha writes: Dr. Jen webb is Distinguished Professor, Creative Practice, at the University of Canberra. Her research focuses on the

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

Stephanie Vanderslice: the National Writing Project interview

Anthony Haynes writes: We missed this when it happened, but it remains fresh to listen to – on 12 April National Writing Project (NWP) Radio broadcast an interview with Stephanie Vanderslice. The interview covers her work as creative writing teacher

Stephanie Vanderslice: the National Writing Project interview

Anthony Haynes writes: We missed this when it happened, but it remains fresh to listen to – on 12 April National Writing Project (NWP) Radio broadcast an interview with Stephanie Vanderslice. The interview covers her work as creative writing teacher

Point of view and narrators

Anthony Haynes writes: Today novelist and short-story writer Emma Darwin begins a daily four-part series of blog posts on point of view and narrators. In recommending the series, I was going to describe the first post in my own words,

Point of view and narrators

Anthony Haynes writes: Today novelist and short-story writer Emma Darwin begins a daily four-part series of blog posts on point of view and narrators. In recommending the series, I was going to describe the first post in my own words,

Flash fiction: flash365 on BBC Radio 4

Earlier this year (21 June 2011) we posted about Calum Kerr’s brilliant flash365 project, in which he writes and publishes a story every day for a year. This Saturday (17 September) Calum and his writing are featured on iPM at 17.30

Flash fiction: flash365 on BBC Radio 4

Earlier this year (21 June 2011) we posted about Calum Kerr’s brilliant flash365 project, in which he writes and publishes a story every day for a year. This Saturday (17 September) Calum and his writing are featured on iPM at 17.30

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.