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The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs

APRIL 2002 ISSUE

 

Vol 6 No 1

ISSN: 1327-9556

 

Editorial


Special Feature: Keynote Addresses from the 2001 AAWP Conference, Canberra

Bill Manhire
From Saga Seminar to Writers' Workshop: Creative Writing at Victoria University of Wellington

John Kinsella
The 2001 Kenyon Master Class in Poetry


Jeri Kroll
Creative Writing as Research and the Dilemma of Accreditation: How do we prove the value of what we do?

Nigel Krauth
The Preface as Exegesis

Christopher Kelen
Creative Writing for Foreign Learners of English: Some opening arguments

Antoni Jach
Triple Hats: Writing, teaching writing, and teaching writing teachers

Kenneth Chan
Writers as Teachers, Teachers as Writers: Creative Writing Programs in the US

Kevin Brophy
The Prose Poem: A Short History, a Brief Reflection and a Dose of the Real Thing

Donna Lee Brien
Being honest about lying: Defining the limits of auto/biographical writing

Catherine Padmore
Books: 'Against my ruins'

Peter Wise
Writing at Noon

Inez Baranay
paralipsis: drugs, money and sex

 

Reviews

Victor Barker (ed) Paris Studio: Contemporary Writing by Fourteen Australian Authors review by Patrick West

Stephen Gray The Artist is a Thief review by Paul Dawson

Alison Baverstock Marketing Your Book: An Author's Guide review by Tess Brady


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Vol 6 No 1 April 2002
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