Writing in Practice

Gilbert, Francis, ed. 2020. Writing in Practice, Writing in Practice, 6. 2058-5535 [Edited Journal]

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Volume 6 of Writing in Practice offers an exciting blend of exegetic reflection, essential and individual research approaches that consider the writing process both in minute detail and in multiple and far reaching contexts, including cultural, experiential, educational and publishing settings. The essays reflect wide-ranging engagement and critical analysis in considering what it is to write, what it means to encourage and teach others to write, and how it might be possible to seek different ways of investigating the creative process. The angles of focus brought to bear in this issue reveal the subject area to be alive and healthy. Writing is an activity that demands many hours, days and weeks of lockdown-type solitude. Yet it is an activity, as we are aware, that also demands a working knowledge of social, emotional, artistic and every-day spheres. Writing as an activity, in this sense, seems to speak to and of our times.

Item Type:

Edited Journal

Keywords:

Creative writing, literature, experiential research, Beowulf, The Hobbit, the modern writer

Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Educational Studies

Date:

1 May 2020

Item ID:

29036

Date Deposited:

15 Jul 2020 10:04

Last Modified:

15 Jul 2020 10:04

URI:

http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/29036

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