Monthly Archives: January 2014

On Teaching Creative Writing: Part 2

We listened so carefully to what they gave us when they saw a ship, a lock, a mess of paint. When one boy mumbled what sounded like β€œwar” we rounded on the possibility; a bit like hungry predators, a bit … Continue reading

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On Teaching Creative Writing

I must admit to nerves. Despite almost eleven years of teaching, to be alongside a poet teaching 8 year 8s, was – as this is so important to me – somewhat nerve wracking. My poet colleague is very good and … Continue reading

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