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Pedagogical benefits for creative writing students of running a literary festival, a practitioner-teacher’s observations
(Leisure Studies Association, 2015-06-01)
In 2012, a group of UK University Creative Writing students were given the option of running a literary festival, the 2013 North London Literary Festival (NLLF), with staff supervision and a budget that facilitated the ...
(Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture (MoDA), 2020-04-15)
Are we at home when we write? Ana Baeza, MoDA's Curator, talks to Josie Barnard (Assoc. Prof. in Creative Writing, De Montfort University) about practices of writing, the materials and tools we use, and how this has all ...
The Slip is the final volume of Perril’s trilogy excavating a crime scene at the centre of archaic lyric. We can’t know whether ancient Greece’s first lyric poet Archilochus ‘really’ used his Iambic prowess to curse Lycambes’ ...
Testing Possibilities: on negotiating writing practices in a “postdigital” age (tools and methods)
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-02-10)
The exponential growth of new media technologies presents opportunities and challenges for writers. Fast-paced change – featuring what can seem like perpetual updates of hardware and software – undermines the possibility ...
Twitter and Creative Writing: generating an “authentic” online self
(Nova Science Publishers, 2019-04-01)
In Creative Writing, it is considered important to have an ‘authentic’ voice, both in long form work (such as novels) and via online ‘author platforms’ that are intended to promote the work. However, if, as is often assumed, ...
Tweets as microfiction: on Twitter’s live nature and 140 character limit as tools for developing storytelling skills
(Taylor and Francis, 2016-02-19)
For many years, the pedagogy of creative writing has been delivered primarily through workshops in which students critique each other's work. Students only need their imagination and a pen and paper to begin writing a ...
Live and public: one practitioner’s experience and assessment of Twitter as a tool for archiving creative process
This interdisciplinary article explores from a practitioner’s perspective ways in which developments in Web 2.0 technology, in combination with mobile phones, facilitate and encourage new methods of archiving creative ...
Bottle House: Utilising Appreciative Inquiry to develop a user Acceptance model
This paper develops a novel user-acceptance model for circular solutions to housing design. The model has been systematically developed from a case study of an upcycled plastic bottle building in a low-income community ...
0 & 1: Cyberspace and the myth of gender.
(De Montfort University, 2010)
Wordsworth Elegizing the Lyrical Ballad in the 1830s and 1840s
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019-12-04)