On Creative Writing (New Writing Viewpoints) Paperback – 24 Mar 2010
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Graeme Harper s book comes at the right time for the discipline of Creative Writing. It is a bold statement of the human-centred view of writing, in which nothing is alien to the writer at work or reflecting on that work: the practical, the personal, the intellectual and above all the unformed and the unfinished are all part of the reflection. There are new tools here to help writing students to connect the academic viewpoint to the true and secret lives of their own writing. It also widens the terms in which writing educators can pursue the debate with each other. Harper does the job with clarity and wit and, above all, good creative questions. --Philip Gross, Professor of Creative Writing, University of Glamorgan, Wales.
About the Author
Graeme Harper is Professor of Creative Writing at Bangor University (UK). His creative works (most often as Brooke Biaz) include such novels and short story collections as Small Maps of the World (2005), Moon Dance (2007), and Camera Phone (2009), among many other works. He is Editor-in-Chief of New Writing: the International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing. A Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, among other organisations, he was a founding member and Chair of the Higher Education Committee of the UK's National Association of Writers in Education (NAWE). His awards and grants include the National Book Council Award for New Writers (Australia) and the Premier's Fellowship, as well as awards and grants from such bodies as the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), European Commission, the Arts Council, NESTA and the British Academy.
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