Our paper focuses on issues of permission and the space for creative writing practice. he paper began as a reflective piece on space and face-to-face poetry workshop practices but, because of the way the pandemic is potentially changing so much about how writers of all ages are able to work, we thought it was important to begin to explore some of the new challenges and opportunities for creative writing post-COVID.
As this new decade begins I am excited to start a new job as an Associate Professor at Nottingham Trent … More
‘Finding and Keeping Poetry’ is the title for the Harold Rosen Lecture I will be giving in June. The keynote is … More
Delighted to appear in such distinguished company in Creativity in Language Teaching (Routledge)