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What We Talk about When We Talk about Creative Writing.

Author: Anna Leahy
Publisher: Channel View Publications, 2016.
Series: New Writing Viewpoints
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

This innovative edited collection pushes boundaries in both content and form. It discusses how new ways of knowing and doing scholarship produced in Creative Writing departments can make a  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Anna Leahy
ISBN: 1783096020 9781783096022
OCLC Number: 953602617
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: ACKNOWLEDGMENTSINTRODUCTIONPEDAGOGY1. Cathy Day, Anna Leahy and Stephanie Vanderslice: Where Are We Going in Creative Writing Pedagogy?2. Anna Leahy and Larissa Szporluk: Good Counsel: Creative Writing, the Imagination, and Teaching3. Sandy Feinstein, Suzanne Greenberg, Susan Hubbard, Brent Royster and Anna Leahy: Writerly Reading in the Creative Writing CoursePROGRAMS4. Lia Halloran, Claudine Jaenichen and Anna Leahy: Text(ure), Modeling, Collage: Creative Writing and Arts Pedagogy5. Anna Leahy, Leslie Pietrzyk, Mary Swander and Amy Sage Webb: More than the Sum of Our Parts: Variety in Graduate Programs6. Katharine Haake, Anna Leahy and Argie Manolis: The Bold and the Beautiful: Rethinking Undergraduate Models7. James P. Blaylock, Douglas Dechow, Anna Leahy and Jan Osborn: The Program Beyond the ProgramTHE PROFESSION8. Dianne Donnelly, Tom C. Hunley, Anna Leahy, Tim Mayers, Dinty W. Moore and Stephanie Vanderslice: Creative Writing (Re)Defined9. Rachel Haley Himmelheber, Anna Leahy, Julie Platt and James Ryan: Terms and Trends: Creative Writing and the AcademyCAREERS10. Mary Cantrell, Rachel Hall, Anna Leahy and Audrey Petty: Peas in a Pod: Trajectories of Educations and Careers11. Nicole Cooley, Kate Greenstreet, Nancy Kuhl and Anna Leahy: The First Book12. Karen Craigo and Anna Leahy: Taking the Stage, Stage Fright, Center Stage: Careers Over TimeCONCLUSION13. Anna Leahy: Political, Practical, and Philosophical Considerations for the FutureCONTRIBUTORS' NOTES
Series Title: New Writing Viewpoints


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