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Number 1: Australian Creative Nonfiction

Number 2: Writing On-Line/On-Line Writing

Number 3: Illuminating the Exegesis

Number 4: Literature and Public Culture

Number 5: The Art of the Real

Number 6: Supervising the Creative Arts Research Higher Degree: Towards Best Practice

Number 7: The ERA era: creative writing as research

Number 8: Creative and practice-led research: current status, future plans

Number 9: Rewriting the menu: the cultural dynamics of contemporary food choices

Number 10: Creative Writing in the Asia-Pacific Region

Number 11: ASPERA: New Screens, New Producers, New Learning: Papers from the Australian Screen Production Education and Research Association Conference of July 2010

Number 12: Leadership in writing and the creative arts

Number 13: Creativity: Cognitive, social and cultural perspectives

Number 14: Beyond practice-led research

Number 15: Creative Writing as Research II

Number 16: Strengthening learning and teaching leadership in the creative arts

Number 17: Mud map: Australian women's experimental writing

Number 18: Nonfiction now

Number 19: Scriptwriting as creative writing research

Number 20: Writing creates ecology: ecology creates writing

Number 21: Scores from another ground: writing in New Zealand

Number 22: Examination of doctoral degrees in creative arts: process, practice and standards

Number 23: Textbooks and educational texts in the 21st century: writing, publishing and reading

Number 24: Cookbooks: writing, reading and publishing culinary literature in Australasia

 

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Vol 18 No 1 April 2014
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