ISBN: 978-0-956868-00-8 (Kindle) 978-0-956868-01-5 (photocopiable resource)
Inspire your students and enable them to build their own book.
This step-by step guide for teachers and writers, and the photocopiable resource that goes with it, show you how to organise creative-writing workshops with a difference and with a very tangible end product. Your students can see their work turned into a real book that has a spine and can sit on a shelf, raising money for charity at the same time.
Improve their writing
Write with a purpose
Learn about commerce and enterprise
Engage with the local and wider community
Teachers and writers will learn how to:
Plan and organise your workshops
Get the best writing out of your students
Maximise the impact of your book
Build a book with little or no financial outlay
Publisher: The Professional and Higher Partnership Ltd
Teaching Creative Writing is designed to showcase practical approaches developed by practitioners in the ever-growing community of writers in higher education. Aimed at enabling those who teach the subject to review, borrow, and adapt ideas, the emphasis throughout is on diversity. Contributions from an international team of writers cover a variety of forms and genres and include traditional and innovative components of creative writing courses.
The Creative Writing Guidebook is the key text for learning creative writing. Packed full of useful advice, exercises and readings, it sets out an informative and inspiring introduction to writing creatively. Taking a practical, workshop approach to creative writing, this comprehensive guidebook includes introductions to genres of writing, including the novel, poetry, screenwriting, new media and non-fiction. It includes workshop exercises suitable for each genre; a wide-range of examples and suggestions for further reading and discussions of cross-genre issues such as point of view, character, setting and voice. Written by internationally renowned experts, this is the definitive textbook on creative writing for students.